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Texture & Voicing

TermDefinition
Soprano The highest treble clef singing voice in a typical 4 part Chorus
Alto The lower treble clef singing voice (second highest) in a typical 4 part chorus
Tenor The highest bass clef singing voice in a typical 4 part chorus
Bass The lowest bass clef singing voice in a typical 4 part chorus
Baritone The male voice part that lies between the Tenor and the Bass
Unison All voices singing the same pitches and rhythms
Duet Two voices singing in harmony
Trio Three voices singing in harmony
Quartet Four voices singing in harmony
Descant Vocal line higher than the melod
Interval Distance between two notes
Chord Two or more notes sounding at the same time
Polyphony many parts singing different pitches and rhythms
Antiphony Voices singing alternating phrases in a “call and response” style
Harmony The combination of different musical notes played or sung at the same
Melody a pleasing series of musical notes that form the main part of a song or piece of music
Form the structure of a piece of music
Created by: angievaughn