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1. A group of musical tones that belong together and make musical sense, just like in writing, where phrases combine to make sentences and sentences combine to make paragraphs, etc.
3. The symbol that indicates moving one half step higher (#).
6. A combination of two or more tones that create tension and must be "resolved" with standard chords (ones that are expected, or pleasant to the ear).
8. The sign on the staff that indicates pitches (Also called the "F" clef); Where the 4th line (up) represents the F below Middle C.
10. The sign onthe staff for the higher pitches (also called the "G" clef); Where the 2nd line (up) represents the G above the middle C.
11. "A musical introduction" that comes before a ballet, musical, or opera.
12. Literally, the science of sound, but for classroom purposes: "natural" -- not electronic.
14. A song that tells a story (can be in any style).
18. The adult male singing voice that is lower than tenor, but higher than bass.
19. The highest sounding adult male singing voice.
21. The "script" for an opera (usually not written by the composer of the music).
23. A large musical form in which all dialogue is sung.
24. The symbol that means to lower the pitch one half step (b).
2. "Between beats" where the emphasis does not fall on the expected beat of 1, 2, 3, or 4, but between them. Characteristic of jazz and some rock music.
4. A solo from an opera, intended to "show off" the singer's voice.
5. Four performers, performing FOUR DIFFERENT PARTS.
7. "Broken Chords" or notes of a chord sounded out at a time.
9. Treble and Bass clef read together (as in piano music).
11. The pitch that is exactly 1/2 the number of vibrations or exactly twice the number of vibrations of a starting pitch: also a series of eight diatonic tones.
13. The highest sounding adult female singing voice; also the unchanged voice of most children.
15. The lower singing voice of adult females.
16. Music element that is a combination of pitches arranged in orders that are usually pleasing to hear. Pitches move up, down, or repeat to make a melody.
17. When two or more pitches are sounded at the same time.
20. Combinations of, or patterns of long and short sounds, including a regular phrase.
22. Speed of the pulse (beat), with terms for fast or slow, such as LARGO (very slow) and ALLEGRO (cheerful).
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