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S3 Unit 1

Music A

QuestionAnswer
Coloratura the soprano voice that is light and flexible enough to perform rapid scales and trills
Soprano the high female register
Mezzo Soprano the intermediate female voice that sings in the lower part of the soprano range
Contralto a low female register with a full, rich, dark, and powerful quality
Countertenor the highest male voices with a falsetto range and quality and a register in the female alto range
Tenor the high male range with a powerful, ringing quality
Baritone the intermediate male voice
Bass a lower male register with a rich, robust, resonant, and full quality
Blues a genre of African American music that often expresses frustration, sadness, or longing
Blue Notes selected pitches, usually on the third and seventh degrees of the scale, whose intonation is altered at the discretion of the performer
Register vocal ranges
Range the distance between the lowest and highest pitches of the voice
Bel Canto a style characterized by lyrical and flowing phrases, beauty of vocal color, and brilliant technique
A Capella singing without instrumental accompaniment . The phrase is Latin for "as in the chapel."
Audiation the capacity to think sound —to hear music in your "mind's ear."
Created by: 9-12Music
 

 



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