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6th Vocab #2

TermDefinition
Pulse Is the tempo or how fast or slow we are playing.
Subdivision Internally dividing the beat into smaller parts.
Tone The quality of sound.
Mezzo Piano Medium soft dynamic (mp).
Mezzo Forte Medium loud dynamic (mf).
Allegro Fast tempo.
Moderato Medium tempo.
Andante Slower walking tempo.
Crescendo To gradually get louder.
Decrescendo To gradually get softer.
Tie Connects two notes that are the same.
Accent (>) places emphasis on the front of the note.
1st and 2nd Endings Play through the first ending. Then play the repeated section of music, skipping the 1st ending and playing the 2nd ending.
Slur A curved line which connects notes of different pitch. Tongue only the first note in the slur.
Order of Flats B E A D G C F
Order of Sharps F C G D A E B
Key Signature Tells us which notes to play with flats and sharps throughout the music
Time Signature Tells you how many beats are in a measure (top number) and what kind of note gets the beat (bottom number)
Duet A composition with two different parts played together
Harmony Two or more notes played together. Each combination forms a chord.
Dotted Notes A dot adds half the value of the note it is attached to
Theme and Variations A musical form featuring a theme, followed by altered versions of the theme (like different notes and/or rhythms)
Accidental Any sharp, natural or flat sign which appears in the music without being in the key signature
Created by: khildebrand