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Chant A song or melody in which a few syllables or words are sung on the same or a few different notes. The melodies are sung in unison and are often a musical form of prayer
Plainsong Church music without strict meter and traditionally sung without accompaniment; also called plainchant
Sonata A composition for solo piano or a group of instruments, one of which is often a keyboard instrument, usually consisting of three or four movements varying in key, mood, and tempo
Opera Drama set to music and sung by performers, with orchestral accompaniment, scenery, acting, and sometimes dancing
Conservatory A school of music or dramatic art
Patron A man or woman who supports or protects something, such as an orchestra, a composer, or an event, or a cause
Opera Company The group that performs the opera
Court Musician The people who compose, conduct, or perform music at the place of residence of a king, queen, leader, or dignitary
Concerto A musical work for solo instrument, sometimes alone, sometimes with an accompaniment of one or more instruments (for example, a concerto for clarinet with piano accompaniment), and sometimes accompanied by an orchestra
Oratorio A musical work written for chorus, vocal soloists, and orchestra, with a religious text, often from the Bible
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