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Vocab Quiz 1
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A musical graph of five horizontal lines. (pl.= staves)
Extra, short, horizontal lines extending the staff above or below five lines.
Vertical lines on the staff, marking off measures.
A group of beats marked by bar lines, with the first beat usually stressed.
double bar line
Double vertical lines indicating the end of a section or of a piece.
Two dots with a double bar, indicating a section to be repeated.
A written symbol for a rhythm or pitch.
The oval part of a note.
The vertical line above or below the notehead.
The line or lines from the stem, indicating duration.
A symbol indicating register. ("key" in French)
How high or low a voice sounds
Symbol for the register above middle C on the keyboard ( G clef)
Symbol for the register below middle C (F Clef)
The specific musical sound, high or low, named with a letter of the alphabet.
That "C" on a piano keyboard nearest the middle
The same pitch in a different register. (8 letters away)
The number of a pitch in the scale (1-7) of a specific key.
Black notehead with a simple stem: often the basic pulse
twice as fast as a quarter, with a flagged stem.
A horizontal line joining stems, replacing flags; they group eighth notes (or smaller values) together, making it easier to see the 'beat.'
Speed; indicated with a word, or a metronome marking (as distinct from 'beat')
Ongoing basic pulse; an underpinning (as distinct from 'rhythm')
Action in time, what happens within the beat (as distinct from 'beat')
The 'fraction' at the beginning of a piece, showing how many beats in a bar, and what value of note gets the beat
A symbol indicating a hold (over a note) or a pause (over a rest).
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