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Unit 1 Terms-Music

Unit one review

Quarter note receives one beat of sound
Quarter rest receives one beat of silence
Half note receives two beats of sound
Half rest receives two beats of silence
Whole note receives four beats of sound
Whole rest receives four beats of silence
Eighth note receives ½ a beat of sound
Eighth rest receives ½ a beat of silence
Sixteenth note receives ¼ a beat of sound
Sixteenth rest receives ¼ a beat of silence
Staff five lines and four spaces where music is written
Measure the space between the barlines
Bar line a symbol that separates the notes into measures
Time signature a symbol that indicates how many beats are in each measure
Key signature indicates where the tonic is located
Double bar line indicates the end of a song or a section of a song
Treble clef indicates notes higher than middle C
Bass clef indicates notes lower than middle C
Step moving from one note to the next without skipping any notes
Skip moving from one note to the next while skipping only one note
Leap moving from one note to the next while skipping more than one note
Tonic the home note
Line note a note that has a line going through the notehead
Space note a note that is between two lines on the staff
Grand staff a staff that is created when two staves are joined together
Meter repeated patterns of stress
Duple grouping in 2s
Triple grouping in 3s
Created by: lj1091