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Sereanade Evening music, properly for outdoor performance, used as lovers wooing song.
Sextet Six players.
Sforzando Abbreviated SF or SFZ, forced with a strong accent on a single note pr chord.
Shanty Working songs of English and American sailors.
Shift Change of playing position, as with strings or trombone.
Scordatura Abnormal tuning for a stringed instrument.
Score The nation showing all the parts of a musical composition.
Segno A sing in form of $ to return to that section.
Sequence The repetition of a short figure at a different pitch level.
Septet Seven players.
Created by: Shihab