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TOG Y4 W8 Terms

Accompany (music) to play or sing along with, especially on piano; to provide an accompaniment
Conductor (music) a person who directs a musical group, such as an orchestra or chorus, communicating to the performers how they should play or nuances of the music by motions of a baton or the hands
Cornet a wind instrument of the trumpet class. It is more compact, and more mellow, than the trumpet
Gig a one-time professional engagement, usually brief, as of musicians for a one-night event
Melody an organized sequence of single tones making up a particular musical phrase or idea, as distinct from harmony and rhythm; the leading part in a composition, as distinct from the accompaniment
Musician one who composes, conducts, or performs music, especially instrumental music, whether professionally or privately
Solo a piece of music (or portion of a piece of music), performed alone and unaccompanied by a single musician
Trombone a brass instrument consisting of a long cylindrical tube bent upon itself twice, ending in a bell-shaped mouth, and having a movable U-shaped slide for producing different pitches. Its tone is mellower than that of the trumpet
Trumpet a soprano brass wind instrument consisting of a long metal tube looped once and ending in a flared bell, the modern type being equipped with three valves for producing variations in pitch
Bribe money or some desired object given or promised in order to corrupt the behavior of a person, especially a public official, athlete, soldier, etc
Corrupt 1) tainted, soiled, or infected 2) guilty of dishonesty, bribery, or other crooked practices, usually while in a position of authority
Ethnic characteristic of a group of people who share a common and distinguishable racial, national, religious, linguistic, or cultural heritage
Intimidate to frighten or terrify; to try to force into or discourage from some action by inciting fear
Lynch to put to death illegally via mob action (usually by hanging)
Minority 1) (political) small group as opposed to a majority; as in ethnicity, religion, voting, etc ; 2) (social) (see Week 26)
Normalcy the condition of being normal, often used to refer to national economic, political, and social conditions (more correctly, normality)
Racist one who hates or is intolerant of another race or other races (usually believing his own to be superior)
Scandal a publicized incident that brings about disgrace or offends the moral sensibilities of society
Supremacist a person who believes that one particular group is better than others physically, intellectually, and/or morally, especially a racial group
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