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Fl Sing Sons test 4

Test Vocab

Sub. Subito- Suddenly
D.C. Da Capo (go back to the beginning)
*S. Dal Segno (go back to the sign )
% Coda ( special ending)
al fine the end
accidentals symbol that raises or lowers the pitch half step
# sharp raises the pitch one half step
b flat lowers the pitch one half step
l4 natural cancels out the function of the previous
intonation singing in tune on the correct pitch
diction clear enunciation of words
poco a poco little by little
key signature the grouping of accidentals used in a piece, at the beginning of the each staff
metronome marking marking a direction to show the tempo intended by the composer. For example . m.m = 60 ( m.m stand for maetzel metronome)
Created by: mcclure8