National 4 Music, Blues and Beyond
National 4 Music, JYC
Terms in this set (...)
Features a syncopated melody against a steady vamped accompaniment.
A rhythmic accompaniment with a bass note on the beat and a chord off the beat.
Accented notes are played off or against the beat.
The note or notes before the first strong beat of a phrase.
Nonsense words and sounds are made up by the singer. Used in jazz.
A 4 string guitar which is pitched lower than a guitar.
A 6 string guitar which does require an amplifier to produce sound.
An electronic effect used in rock music to colour the sound of an electric guitar.
The notes of a chord are played separately.
A short repeated pattern.
A jazz style which started in the 1930s. Played by a big band.
Blues started as Afro-American folk music, developing from spirituals and work songs.
Making it up during a performance.
A style of popular music with a heavy driving beat.
rock 'n' roll
1950s American music which grew from the combined styles of jazz, blues and country.
N3 Music Concepts
N3 MUSIC PERFORMING CONCEPTS
ROCK HISTORY MIDTERM 1
jazz quiz #1 part 1
1.3 Music Match Game
1.8 Music Quiz
1.8 Music Match Game
1.1 Music Quiz
National 4 Music, Percussion
National 4, Scottish
National 4 Music, Treble clef notes and ledger lines
National 4 Music, Instrumental Music