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Musi 1306

Pitch note name
Frequency vibration rate of a given note
Dynamics the volume of music
Fort/Piano loud/soft
Tone Color (Timbre) brightness/darkness of souna
Rhythm a given beat played over time
Accent emphasizing one note with another
Meter grouping note
Syncopation grouping unusual note
Tempo the term for the speed of music
Metronome device use for tempo
Beat basic unite of measurement for time in music
Scale (Major, Minor, Blues) collection of notes
Interval distance between 2 notes
Octave a note with same name but different rate of frequency
Diatonic scale / Chromatic scale play white key / play black and white key
Melody (Tune) series of note
Motive small melodic building block
Consonance/Dissonance beautiful balance / sound like crashing to get attention
Textures: Monophonic, Polyphonic, Homophonic 1 line / two or more line / same sound .
Counterpoint specific technique to write polyphonic music
Tonal mostly within a key
Atonal loosing the key
Vocal Soprano Alto Tenor Bass
Strings Violin, viola, cello double bass harp guitar, guitar bass bass
Woodwinds Oboe Flute, piccolo Clarinet Saxophone Bassoon
Brass Trumpet French horn Trombone Tuba (Baritone horn / Euphonium)
Percussion Snare drum Bass drum Timpani Tambarne Triangle Xylophone Cymbals
Created by: zenamiu