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Varsity Choir Unit 1

Unit 1 Vocab for Varsity Choir.

Melody A tune; the predominant line in a musical composition
Harmony Performance of two or more different lines of music at the same time
Staff The set of five lines upon which music is written
Time Signature The indicator that identifies how many beats will be in each measure and what kind of note will receive one beat
Treble Clef A sign that indicates the notes presented are in the upper range in pitch
Balance How equally voices/voice parts are projected
Barline A line through the five lines of the staff that divides music into measures
Double bar line Denotes the end of the piece or the section
Ensemble two or more people performing together; a French word meaning "together"
Diction How words are pronounced; vowels and consonants
Intonation In-tuneness; in tune with others and/or the written pitch
Ledger Line A short line used to write notes above or below the staff
Measure The distance between two barlines of music
Tone Quality The brightness or warmth of one's vocal production
Vocal Health Care for the voice as an organic instrument
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