Terms in this set (63)
Is the 5th line on the bottom or the top of the staff?
Which clef is also known as the G clef?
The line through middlle c is called what?
Which clef is also known as the F clef?
Which way does the stem go from lines 1-2?
which way does the stem go from lines 3-5?
A _____ _____ is written at the end of a piece of music.
A _____ ____ is used for a full measure in 3/4 and 2/4 time signature.
Quarter Dot Note
Half Dot Note
Bass Clef notes: lines
Bass Clef notes: spaces
Treble Clef notes: lines
Treble Clef notes: spaces
joins two notes of the SAME pitch by a curved line over or under the notes.
smoothly connets two or more nots of DIFFERENT pitches by a curved line over or under the notes.
What notes on a WIND instrument should be tongued?
only the 1st group of slurred notes
What notes on a STRING instrument should be played in one bow?
notes in a slur
On KEYBOARD instruments a slur indicates?
when to lift the hands
to play or sing notes smoothly connected
two repeat signs
go to second repeat sign
go back to first repeat sign and go to end
1st and 2nd endings
sing to repeat sign
go to begining
skip 1st ending and then go to 2nd ending
moving along (walking speed)
Lively and fast
play the note short and detached
play the note louder, with special emphasis
a sudden, strong accent (forcing)
Hold the note for its full value (held)
Hold the note longer than its normal value (approximately twice the normal duration).
repeat from the beginning
Repeat from sign
an added ending
- when the coda sign appears inthe music it means to skip directly the coda, which is added ending usually marked with the same sign.
Flats and Sharps on Keys
lowers the pitch of the note (key to the left)
raises the pitch of the note (key to the right)
cancels a previous sharp or flat; note after is always on a white key
notes that sound the same but are written differently