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Year 8 Music: Summer Term
Creative Arts at Hadleigh High School
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A note which lasts for two beats.
A note which lasts for one beat.
A note which lasts for half a beat.
A note which lasts for a quarter of a beat.
The notes on the lines in the treble clef.
The notes in the spaces in the treble clef.
Raises the note by a semitone.
A high female voice.
A female voice which is lower than a soprano and higher than an alto.
A low female voice.
A high male voice.
A male voice which is lower than a tenor and higher than a bass.
A low male voice.
3 beats per bar.
4 beats per bar.
5 beats per bar.
A pair of numbers found at the start of a piece of music which show how many beats per bar.
The speed of the music.
The texture of the music when there is only a single tune.
melody and accompaniment
The texture of the music when the main tune is joined by other music to support it.
A note which lasts for four beats.
A dot adds half the value of the note to the end of it.
Instruments which are played by vibrating strings.
Instruments which are played by blowing air.
Instruments which are played by vibrating lips in a mouthpiece.
Instruments which are played by hitting.
"all you have to do is add on 2!"
The rule for reading notes in the bass clef.
Lowers the note by a semitone.
Cancels the sharp or flat.
A keyboard instrument which produces notes by hammers hitting strings.
A keyboard instrument which produces notes by air blowing through pipes.
A keyboard instrument which produces notes by hooks plucking strings.
A keyboard instrument which produces notes by mallets hitting metal bars.
A keyboard instrument which produces notes electronically.
A type of structure which can be described as AB.
A type of structure which can be described as ABA.
A type of structure which can be described as ABACA...
A happy sounding tonality.
A sad sounding tonality.
More than one note played together.
A chord with three notes.
Played at a walking pace.
pop song form
A structure containing verses, choruses, etc.
The opening section of a song.
A section of a song containing the same tune each time, but different lyrics.
A section of a song which links the verse to the chorus.
A section of a song containing the same tune and lyrics each time.
A section of a song which doesn't contain any singing.
A section of a song which is completely different from the other sections.
The final section of a song.
Can be played without the need for an amp.
Needs to be plugged into an amp in order to be heard.
A guitar which plays low notes.
A guitar which plays melodies.
A guitar which plays chords.
Combines the durations of two notes.
Counted "1 and 2 and...".
Counted "1 and a 2 and a...".
Play very softly.
Play very loudly.
Play quite softly.
Play quite loudly.
A type of rhythm which is played on every beat.
Played off the beat or between the beats.
A type of texture in which there are lots of different parts playing.
A type of texture in which there are not many different parts playing.
When all parts stop together and restart together.
A rhythm which emphasised beats 2 and 4.
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