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9 terms
English merit
someone who makes charitable donations
study of language;love of language
philharmonic
xenophile
philanthropist
philology
lover of music
lover of foreign people,cultures,etc.
someone who makes charitable donations
philanthropist
study of language;love of language
philology
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9 Figures of Merit
Specificity
Accuracy
Precision
Linear Range
the ability of an analytical method to distinguish an analyte…
a measurement of how close the result is to the true value
a measure of the reproducibility of the method. It is usually…
the concentration range of the calibration curve over which t…
Specificity
the ability of an analytical method to distinguish an analyte…
Accuracy
a measurement of how close the result is to the true value
60 terms
Certificate of Merit Level 9
Use of ornamentation
major/minor tonalities developed
several melodic lines at once (polypho…
limited use of dynamics by the composer
baroque
baroque
baroque
baroque
Use of ornamentation
baroque
major/minor tonalities developed
baroque
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Certificate of Merit Level 9
Allemande
Courante
Corrente
Sarabande
German origin, moderate 4/4 time, with a short upbeat... often…
French, moderate 3/2 or 6/4 with frequent shifting between th…
Italian, quick triple meter
Spanish, triple meter, slow, dignified
Allemande
German origin, moderate 4/4 time, with a short upbeat... often…
Courante
French, moderate 3/2 or 6/4 with frequent shifting between th…
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Krebs' Word Study Quiz English 9 Merit: tomy/tom and endo/exo
dichotomy
trichotomy
phlebotomy
anatomy
divided into two branches
divided into three branches
the practice of removing blood
the structure of a person, other animal, organization, etc.
dichotomy
divided into two branches
trichotomy
divided into three branches
50 terms
Composers: Certificate of Merit Level 9
Johann Sebastian Bach
François Couperin
Louis Daquin
George Frideric Handel
Baroque
Baroque
Baroque
Baroque
Johann Sebastian Bach
Baroque
François Couperin
Baroque
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Certificate of Merit Theory - Level 9
A Tempo
Accent
Accelerando
Adagio
Return to the original tempo (the speed at which the piece be…
Play the note louder than the others
Accelerate; gradually faster
Slowly
A Tempo
Return to the original tempo (the speed at which the piece be…
Accent
Play the note louder than the others
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Merit K1 Fall 2 Week 9 Vocabulary
火山
Uncooked rice... (mai)
Cow or Ox... (ngau)
Mountain... (san)
Volcano - [Fire Mountain]... (fo san)
Uncooked rice... (mai)
Cow or Ox... (ngau)
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Merit K1 Fall 2 Week 9 Vocabulary
Uncooked rice... (mai)
Cow or Ox... (ngau)
Mountain... (san)
fire... (fo)
Uncooked rice... (mai)
Cow or Ox... (ngau)
16 terms
English 12 Merit: Vocab Set 2
Catharsis
Personification
Parody
Pastiche
Strong release of negative emotions
Assigning human characteristics to a non human organism
Copying someone's work in order to make fun of it
Copying someone's work with affection & respect
Catharsis
Strong release of negative emotions
Personification
Assigning human characteristics to a non human organism
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Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
1600-1750
1750-1830
1830-1900
1900-present
Baroque
Classical
Romantic
Contemporary
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Baroque
1750-1830
Classical
167 terms
Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
1600-1750
1750-1830
1830-1900
1900-present
Baroque
Classical
Romantic
Contemporary
1600-1750
Baroque
1750-1830
Classical
168 terms
Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
1600-1750
1750-1830
1830-1900
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Baroque
Classical
Romantic
Contemporary
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Baroque
1750-1830
Classical
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Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
1600-1750
1750-1830
1830-1900
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Baroque
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Romantic
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Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
forte
forte-piano
fermata
first and second ending
Loud.
Loud followed immediately by soft.
Hold the note longer than its value.
Play the piece with the first ending then repeat the piece, p…
forte
Loud.
forte-piano
Loud followed immediately by soft.
117 terms
Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
a tempo
accent
accelerando
adagio
Return to the original tempo.
Play the note louder than the others.
Accelerate; gradually faster.
Slowly.
a tempo
Return to the original tempo.
accent
Play the note louder than the others.
15 terms
Ringler English I Merit Unit 2
antagonist
condescending
diligent
disdain
(n.) the character who works against the protagonist in the s…
(adj.) patronizing; acting as though better than others
(adj.) hardworking, industrious, not lazy
(n.) lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense disl…
antagonist
(n.) the character who works against the protagonist in the s…
condescending
(adj.) patronizing; acting as though better than others
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Ringler English I Merit Unit 5
anecdote
augment
chastise
circuitous
(n.) short story of an amusing or interesting event; short ac…
(v.) to enlarge; to increase in amount or intensity
(v.) to punish or scold harshly, to inflict punishment on; to…
(adj.) indirect, deviating from a straight course, roundabout…
anecdote
(n.) short story of an amusing or interesting event; short ac…
augment
(v.) to enlarge; to increase in amount or intensity
15 terms
Ringler English I Merit Unit 3
adulation
adversity
arid
compassion
(n.) high praise; excessive praise or admiration
(n.) hardship; misfortune; an unfavorable turn of events
(adj.) extremely dry; uninteresting; dull
(n.) the humane quality of understanding the suffering of oth…
adulation
(n.) high praise; excessive praise or admiration
adversity
(n.) hardship; misfortune; an unfavorable turn of events
15 terms
Ringler English I Merit Unit 7
carnivore
circumvent
effervescent
expunge
(n.) any animal that feeds on flesh
(v.) to get around; to bypass, or try to avoid fulfilling, an…
(adj.) marked by high spirits or excitement; bubbly; showing…
(v.) remove by erasing or crossing out; to delete, to strike…
carnivore
(n.) any animal that feeds on flesh
circumvent
(v.) to get around; to bypass, or try to avoid fulfilling, an…
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Ringler English I Merit Unit 1
abbreviate
altercation
assiduous
benevolent
(v.) reduce in scope while retaining essential elements; to s…
(n.) noisy argument or dispute
(adj.) marked by care and persistent effort; hard-working; di…
(adj.) having or arising from a desire to promote the welfare…
abbreviate
(v.) reduce in scope while retaining essential elements; to s…
altercation
(n.) noisy argument or dispute
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Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
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Baroque
Classical
Romantic
Contemporary
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Baroque
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Classical
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Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
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1750-1830
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Baroque
Classical
Romantic
Contemporary
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Baroque
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Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
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Baroque
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Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
baroque
baroque
baroque
baroque
Kernberger
Telemann
Vivaldi
Frescobaldi
baroque
Kernberger
baroque
Telemann
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Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
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Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
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Romantic
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Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
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Baroque
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Romantic
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Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
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1750-1830
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Baroque
Classical
Romantic
Contemporary
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Baroque
1750-1830
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Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
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1750-1830
1830-1900
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Baroque
Classical
Romantic
Contemporary
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Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
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1750-1830
1830-1900
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Baroque
Classical
Romantic
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Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
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1750-1830
1830-1900
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Baroque
Classical
Romantic
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Signs and Terms: Certificate of Merit Level 9
ppp
pp
p
mp
pianississimo, very very soft
pianissimo, very soft
Piano, soft
mezzo piano, medium soft
ppp
pianississimo, very very soft
pp
pianissimo, very soft
167 terms
Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
1600-1750
1750-1830
1830-1900
1900-present
Baroque
Classical
Romantic
Contemporary
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Baroque
1750-1830
Classical
167 terms
Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
1600-1750
1750-1830
1830-1900
1900-present
Baroque
Classical
Romantic
Contemporary
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Baroque
1750-1830
Classical
167 terms
Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
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1750-1830
1830-1900
1900-present
Baroque
Classical
Romantic
Contemporary
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Baroque
1750-1830
Classical
160 terms
Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
baroque
baroque
baroque
baroque
Kernberger
Telemann
Vivaldi
Frescobaldi
baroque
Kernberger
baroque
Telemann
167 terms
Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9
1750-1830
1830-1900
1600-1750
1900-present
Classical
Romantic
Baroque
Contemporary
1750-1830
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1830-1900
Romantic
8 terms
Types of Suites: Certificate of Merit Level 9
allemande
bourreé
courante
gavotte
The Allemande is in moderate 4/4 time with a short upbeat par…
French dance, quick duple meter beginning with a single quart…
generally characterized by light texture with rapid figures,…
French dance 4/4 time with upbeat of 2 quarter notes, phrases…
allemande
The Allemande is in moderate 4/4 time with a short upbeat par…
bourreé
French dance, quick duple meter beginning with a single quart…
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Each has its own merits (characters to English)
各有千秋
好久不见
Each has it's own merits
Long time no see
long
alike
各有千秋
Each has it's own merits
好久不见
Long time no see
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Each has its own Merits (pinyin to English)
gèyǒuqiānqiū
hǎojiǔ bùjiàn
zhǎng
xiàng
Each has it's own merits
long time no see
long
alike
gèyǒuqiānqiū
Each has it's own merits
hǎojiǔ bùjiàn
long time no see
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Merit K1 Fall 2 Week 9 Rice, Cow/Ox, Mountain
Uncooked rice... (mai)
Cow or Ox... (ngau)
Mountain... (san)
fire... (fo)
Uncooked rice... (mai)
Cow or Ox... (ngau)
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Merit K1 Spring 2 Week 9 - I, You, He/She
I or me ... (ngo)
You ... (nei or lei)
He or She... (ta)
Up ... (seuhng)
I or me ... (ngo)
You ... (nei or lei)
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National Merit Review Wordlist Week 9: G-H, M
gadfly
gaff
gainsay
gait
a person who annoys others
a hook
to contradict
manner of walking
gadfly
a person who annoys others
gaff
a hook
9 terms
Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9 Lesson 14: The Fugue
Fugue
Subject
Countersubject
First Voice
A style of composition in which three or more voices follow o…
The first voice to enter and the main theme of the fugue
The other melody against the second voice. It is a different…
Consists of the subject, countersubject, and free counterpoint
Fugue
A style of composition in which three or more voices follow o…
Subject
The first voice to enter and the main theme of the fugue
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Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9 Lesson 16: Sonata Form
Sonata
Movements
When the scheme is not followed, what…
Allegro
A composition for piano or another instrument which has sever…
Separate sections of a sonata. they are divided into:... -Allegr…
The Scherzo/ Minuet movement is missing or the Sonata begins…
Sonata/ Sonata Allegro form. Consists of:... -Exposition... -Develo…
Sonata
A composition for piano or another instrument which has sever…
Movements
Separate sections of a sonata. they are divided into:... -Allegr…
53 terms
Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9 Lesson 17: Signs and Terms Part 2
Mezzo Forte
Mezzo Piano
Moderato
Molto
Medium loud
Medium soft
A moderate or medium tempo
much; very
Mezzo Forte
Medium loud
Mezzo Piano
Medium soft
53 terms
Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9 Lesson 17: Signs and Terms Part 1
A tempo
Accent
Accelerando
Adagio
Return to the original tempo
Play the note louder than the other
Accelerate; gradually faster
Slowly
A tempo
Return to the original tempo
Accent
Play the note louder than the other
12 terms
Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9 Lesson 21: The Romantic Period Brahms, Liszt, and Tchaikovsky
Romantic Period
Johannes Brahms
Franz Liszt
Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
1830-1900. Most popular of the four periods of music history
Germany 1833-1897
Hungary 1811-1886
Russia 1840-1893
Romantic Period
1830-1900. Most popular of the four periods of music history
Johannes Brahms
Germany 1833-1897
8 terms
Certificate of Merit Piano Theory Level 9 Lesson 20: The Classical Period Beethoven, Haydn, and Mozart
Classical Period
Ludwig van Beethoven
Franz Josef Haydn
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
1750-1830
Donn, Germany 1770-1827
Austria 1732-1809
Austria 1756-1791
Classical Period
1750-1830
Ludwig van Beethoven
Donn, Germany 1770-1827
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