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Choral Terms

Unison All parts singing or playing the same notes at the same time.
descant A special part in a piece of music that is usually sung higher then the melody or together parts of the song.
rehearsal mark A musical Section.
D.S al coda Repeat from the symbol and skip to the coda when you see the sign.
Posture A position of the body or of the body parts.
Breath mark To take a breath
Diction The pronunciation of words while singing.
Dipthong A combination of two vowel sounds.
Vowel A speech sound that is produced comparatively open configuration of the vocal track. A,E,I,O,U
Rest A symbol used in music notation to indicate sound.
Solo One person singing or playing an instrument alone.
Staff A series of five horizontal lines and four spaces on which notes are written. It is like a ladder, notes placed higher on this sound higher than the notes placed lower.
Time signature A set of numbers at the beginning of a piece of music. The top number indicates the number of beats per measure, the bottom indicates the kind of note that receives the beat.
Measure The space between two barlines.
Treble Clef A clef that generally indicates notes that sound HIGHER then middle C.
Bass Clef A clef that generally indicates notes that sound LOWER then middle C
Bar line A vertical Line placed on the musical staff that groups notes and rests together.
Double Bar Line A set of two barlines that indicate the end of a piece or section of music.
Repeat sign A symbol that indicates that a section of music should be repeated.
Coda A special ending to a song.
Created by: PsychoticRainbow
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