Specific Features of Classical Music
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A musical idea; a tune that forms the basis of a musical composition.
A musical link between two important sections of a composition. It often includes a change of key.
A melodic or harmonic formula that ends a work, or a section of a work, or a phrase, and suggests that it brings a conclusion.
Describes the way the individual notes in the music are blended together.
A texture in which several independent lines of music are woven together.
A texture in which the melodic line leads and is supported by a chordal accompaniment.
Gradually get louder.
Gradually get softer.
Gradually get slower.
Gradually get faster.
A smoothly flowing progression of notes.
Short, crisp, distinctly detached notes.
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