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Chorus terms

TermDefinition
Beat A stead underlining pulse
Rhythem A patteren performed over a beat
Duple meter A strong weak feeling
Triple meter A strong weak weak feeling
Tempo how fast or slow the beat is
how fast or slow the beat is Constist on do mi so
Minor Tonic traid Consist on la do mi
Dominate The majoir V chord consist on So Ray Ti
harmoney Any simulatuase combination of tones mostly arranged to choral structures
Cadence The end of the melodic or hormani phrase of music
Forte Loud
Piano Soft
Mezzo Medium
Cresendo Gradually getting louder
Decresendo Gradually getting softer
Key signature A series of shapes or flates written just after the clef
Meter Signature Shows how many beats in a measure and what rythen symbol gets the beat
Ostinat A repeating motif or patteren in music
Bass line A root note or harmonies
Diction How we pronounce and agricultre words and vowels
Staccato Short seperated sound
Legato Smooth connected sound
Marcato A note chord that is forcefully sound
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