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Music Literature: Chapter 1
music
range
sound
pitch
organization of sounds in time
distance between voice or instrument's highest and lowest pos…
vibration of an object
relative highness or lowness that we can hear in a sound dete…
music
organization of sounds in time
range
distance between voice or instrument's highest and lowest pos…
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Music Literature Chapter 1
Music
Dynamics
Decibel
Duration
Organization of sound in time
Relative loudness or softness of musical sound
Unit that measures the volume of sound
The length of time that a musical sound or silence lasts
Music
Organization of sound in time
Dynamics
Relative loudness or softness of musical sound
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Music- Chapter 1
Genre
Timbre
Rhythm
Beat
A body of music linked by such features as instrumentation an…
The distinctive tone quality of a voice or an instrument.
The time dimension of music.
The rhythmic quality of a piece of music that invites a physi…
Genre
A body of music linked by such features as instrumentation an…
Timbre
The distinctive tone quality of a voice or an instrument.
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Music literature Chapter 1 Quiz
Medieval Period
Renaissance Period
Baroque Period
Classical Periods
(500-1400) chant and monophony
(1400-1600) rebirth and polyphony
(1600-1750) ornamental, emblishment, busy
(1750-1825) symmetrical and structured.
Medieval Period
(500-1400) chant and monophony
Renaissance Period
(1400-1600) rebirth and polyphony
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History Of Music Literature Chapter 1 Vocab
Melody
Tune
Phrase
Pitch
Organized series of pitches
Simple, singable melody, easy to remember
Section of a melody or tune
How high/low a note is
Melody
Organized series of pitches
Tune
Simple, singable melody, easy to remember
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AP Music Theory Chapter 1
pitch
dynamic
timbre
articulation
wavelength/frequency. Tells the distance between one wave and…
wave height/amplitude. Tells the size/height/intensity of eac…
waveform/tone color. Tells the shape and form of the sound wa…
envelope. It is composed of a sound's attack, sustain, and re…
pitch
wavelength/frequency. Tells the distance between one wave and…
dynamic
wave height/amplitude. Tells the size/height/intensity of eac…
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Barron's AP Music Theory Chapter 1: Music Fundamentals
Sound
Pitch
Dynamics
Timbre
Variations in air pressure
The length of the sound wave
The height of the sound wave
The shape/form of the sound wave
Sound
Variations in air pressure
Pitch
The length of the sound wave
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Chapter 1 Elements of Music : Pitch
Pitch
Middle C
Octave
Clef
Highness or Lowness of a musical sound
The "C" nearest the center of the piano keyboard. The "C" tha…
The interval/distance between 2 notes/pitches of the same let…
Reference point of pitch names for the 5 lines of the staff.…
Pitch
Highness or Lowness of a musical sound
Middle C
The "C" nearest the center of the piano keyboard. The "C" tha…
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Music Literature Terms: Chapters 1-6
Rhythm
Beats
Meter
Duple Meter
The actual arrangement durations - long and short notes in a…
They provide the basic unit of measurement for time in music.
Any reoccurring pattern of strong and weak beats, such as the…
These beats are grouped in two , or in fours.
Rhythm
The actual arrangement durations - long and short notes in a…
Beats
They provide the basic unit of measurement for time in music.
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Chapter 1: Music Vocabulary
Accent
Sound
Pitch
Tone
When a note is being played louder, held longer, or is a high…
Vibrations that are transmitted, usually through the air, to…
The relative highness or lowness that we hear in a sound.
A sound that has a definite pitch or frequency.
Accent
When a note is being played louder, held longer, or is a high…
Sound
Vibrations that are transmitted, usually through the air, to…
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Chapter 1 Voc. Literature
Fervent
Paraphernalia
Implicit
Defiance
Deeply, greatly
The articles used in a particular activity
Implied, not directly said though not directly expressed. Con…
Marked by bold resistance to authority or opposing force
Fervent
Deeply, greatly
Paraphernalia
The articles used in a particular activity
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World Music: Chapter 1
katajjaq
sound sources
attack
decay
"vocal game"; Inuit singing style
the voices and instruments that produce musical sound and who…
the onset of a sound
the way in which a sound dies out
katajjaq
"vocal game"; Inuit singing style
sound sources
the voices and instruments that produce musical sound and who…
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Music Lit Vocab Chapter 1
Pitch
Frequency
Timbre
Staff
Highness or lowness of a note,
Rate of vibration
The quality of a sound that distinguishes one voice or instru…
The five parallel lines on which notes are written
Pitch
Highness or lowness of a note,
Frequency
Rate of vibration
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Barron's AP Music Theory Chapter 1: Music Fundamentals
Sound
Pitch
Dynamics
Timbre
Variations in air pressure
The length of the sound wave
The height of the sound wave
The shape/form of the sound wave
Sound
Variations in air pressure
Pitch
The length of the sound wave
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Chapter 1-3 Business Music Terms
infami
label
LP
MP3
Outlaws
A brand of commercial recordings, usually issued under a trad…
Long playing Vinyl record
Digitally compressed music
infami
Outlaws
label
A brand of commercial recordings, usually issued under a trad…
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Music Theory - Chapter 1
highness or lowness of a sound
wwhwwwh
a scale of four notes
a symbol that raises or lowers a pitch…
Pitch
Major scale
tetrachords
accedental
highness or lowness of a sound
Pitch
wwhwwwh
Major scale
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Chapter 1: Elements of Music
Note
Pitch
Staff
Interval
sound vibrations that are definite and steady
highness or lowness of a note determined by the frequency of…
a set of five horizontal lines on or between which the notes…
difference between two pitches
Note
sound vibrations that are definite and steady
Pitch
highness or lowness of a note determined by the frequency of…
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Music Chapter 1
Sound
Duration
Pitch
Tone
Vibrations that are transmitted, usually through air, to eard…
is the length of time the music lasts.
is the relative highness or lowness that we hear in sound.
sound that has a definite pitch or frequency
Sound
Vibrations that are transmitted, usually through air, to eard…
Duration
is the length of time the music lasts.
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Chapter 1 Music Vocabulary
vivace
grave
lento
largo
lively
slow
very slow
very slow; somewhat less slow than lento
vivace
lively
grave
slow
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Chapter 1 Music Fundamentals
Pitch(Frequency)
Dynamic(Amplitude)
Timbre(Tone Color)
Articulation
Wavelength
Wave Height
Waveform
Envelope
Pitch(Frequency)
Wavelength
Dynamic(Amplitude)
Wave Height
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Chapter 1: Music Fundamentals
Wavelength
Frequency (Pitch)
Frequency or Pitch
Amplitude
One measurement is the distance between one wave and the next
= Wavelength
Is the rate of vibration measured in "times per second", call…
The amplitude of a wave determines the loudness of the sound.…
Wavelength
One measurement is the distance between one wave and the next
Frequency (Pitch)
= Wavelength
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Music chapter 1
Classical music
Classical music
Popular music
Classical music
The rhythmic often rests beneath the surface of this kind of…
It relies on present musical notation on is to a certain exte…
It relies mostly on oral and aural transmission and the work…
It relies on acoustic instruments for performance
Classical music
The rhythmic often rests beneath the surface of this kind of…
Classical music
It relies on present musical notation on is to a certain exte…
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Chapter 1 Music Terms
interval
pitch
octave
pitch range
"Distance" in pitch between any two tones
Relative highness or lowness of a sound
Interval between two tones in which the higher tone has twice…
distance between the highest and lowest tones that a given vo…
interval
"Distance" in pitch between any two tones
pitch
Relative highness or lowness of a sound
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English Literature Chapter 1
conquer
practical
admire
galley
לכבוש
מַעֲשִׂי
להעריץ
סירה של הרומאים
conquer
לכבוש
practical
מַעֲשִׂי
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Chapter 1: Music Fundamentals
Pitch (also known as frequency)
Dynamic (also known as amplitude)
Waveform
Timbre
Wavelength of a sound
Wave height of a sound
shape and form of sound waves, influences timbre
made up of more than one frequency, often involving harmonics…
Pitch (also known as frequency)
Wavelength of a sound
Dynamic (also known as amplitude)
Wave height of a sound
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Music Chapter 1
Monophonic
Pitch
Imitation
Tempo
Single Melodic line without accompaniment
Highness or Lowness
presentation of melodic idea by one voice or instrument that…
Basic pace of music
Monophonic
Single Melodic line without accompaniment
Pitch
Highness or Lowness
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American Literature Chapter 1 Colonial Literature Vocab List
Puritans
Pilgrims
tedious
solace
a group of English Reformed Protestants in the 16th and 17th…
early settlers of the Plymouth Colony
tiresome, boring,
relief, comfort
Puritans
a group of English Reformed Protestants in the 16th and 17th…
Pilgrims
early settlers of the Plymouth Colony
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music chapter 1
pitch
dynamics
tone color OR timbre
accent
the relative highness and lowness that we hear in sound.
degrees of loudness or softness in music
described with words such as bright, dark, brilliant, mellow,…
emphasize a tone by playing it more loudly then the tones aro…
pitch
the relative highness and lowness that we hear in sound.
dynamics
degrees of loudness or softness in music
56 terms
Music-Chapter 1
Middle Ages
Renaissance
Baroque
Classical
400-1450
1450-1600
1600-1750
1750-1825
Middle Ages
400-1450
Renaissance
1450-1600
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Chapter 1 - The Pleasure of Music
A musical form where parts enter at di…
A steady recurring pulse.
The highness and lowness of sound dete…
A question-and-answer pattern in which…
canon
beat
pitch
call and response
A musical form where parts enter at di…
canon
A steady recurring pulse.
beat
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Music Appreciation Chapter 1
Melody
Interval
Contour
Cadence
A melody is a line, or tune, in music
An Interval is the distance between two pitches
How a melody moves up down
A resting place in a phrase
Melody
A melody is a line, or tune, in music
Interval
An Interval is the distance between two pitches
31 terms
Music Theory Chapter 1 Vocab
Pitch/Frequency
Dynamic/Amplitude/volume
Timbre
Articulation
distance between one length of sound to the next
How high a sound wave is for volume.
sound that is made of of more than one frequency to get a not…
A sound's attack, decay, sustain and Release. The envelope of…
Pitch/Frequency
distance between one length of sound to the next
Dynamic/Amplitude/volume
How high a sound wave is for volume.
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BJU British Literature Chapter 1
Knight
Squire
Yeoman
Prioress
-distinguished -chivalry -sovereign value -modest -feudal sys…
-fine young man -son of the knight -lover and cadet -courteou…
-feathers -bows and arrows/ sword and dagger -well armed -hun…
-nun -simple and coy - friendly -ugly -wants the fancy life -…
Knight
-distinguished -chivalry -sovereign value -modest -feudal sys…
Squire
-fine young man -son of the knight -lover and cadet -courteou…
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Music Lit Chapter 1
Musical elements
Sound
Music
John Case
1. Sound ... 2. Harmony... 3. Melody... 4. Rhythm... 5. Form
begins with the vibration of an object and it is transmitted…
is an art based on the organization of sounds in time
pioneer of using unconventional sounds. Piece 4'33" - a silen…
Musical elements
1. Sound ... 2. Harmony... 3. Melody... 4. Rhythm... 5. Form
Sound
begins with the vibration of an object and it is transmitted…
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Music Chapter 1
What is sound?
3 most important aspects of sound?
What is timbre?
What is frequency?
Brains interpretation of vibrations created by an object that…
1.) Pitch... 2.) Dynamics (loudness/softness)... 3.) Tone color... 4.)…
Aka tone color ... The aspect of sound that distinguishes its s…
The measure of speed of the vibrations of the relative highne…
What is sound?
Brains interpretation of vibrations created by an object that…
3 most important aspects of sound?
1.) Pitch... 2.) Dynamics (loudness/softness)... 3.) Tone color... 4.)…
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Music Theory: Chapter 1 - Vocabulary
octave
octave equivalence
timbre
middle C
the distance of eight musical steps
the concept that two pitches an octave apart are functionally…
...
C4, the C located at the center of the piano keyboard
octave
the distance of eight musical steps
octave equivalence
the concept that two pitches an octave apart are functionally…
46 terms
music theory chapter 1
eighth note
quater note
whole note
sixteenth note
eighth note
quater note
14 terms
Vocabulary For Music; Chapter 1:
Pianissimo
Piano
Mezzo Piano
Mezzo Forte
Very Soft
Soft
Moderately Soft
Moderately Loud
Pianissimo
Very Soft
Piano
Soft
56 terms
World Music Chapter 1
Silence
Music
Sound Sources
Quality
The absence of sound
The purposeful organization of the quality, pitch, duration,…
The voices and instruments that produce musical sound and who…
The color of a sound, arising from acoustical properties of t…
Silence
The absence of sound
Music
The purposeful organization of the quality, pitch, duration,…
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Music Chapter 1
Pianissimo
Piano
Mezzopiano
Mezzoforte
Very soft
Soft
Moderately soft
Moderately loud
Pianissimo
Very soft
Piano
Soft
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Music Theory Chapter 1 Vocab
Pitch
Octave
Octave Register
Staff
the highness or lowness of a sound
from any C up or down to the next C
all of the pitches from one C up to, but not including, the n…
five lines and four spaces that indicate the precise pitch de…
Pitch
the highness or lowness of a sound
Octave
from any C up or down to the next C
21 terms
Literature Chapter 1: Conflict
"Miss Hinch" Characters
Protagonist
Antagonist
Who was the clergyman in "Miss Hinch"?…
Jessie Dark (yellow journalist (investigator))... Miss Hinch
Good guy in the story
bad guy in the story
Miss Hinch... Jessie Dark
"Miss Hinch" Characters
Jessie Dark (yellow journalist (investigator))... Miss Hinch
Protagonist
Good guy in the story
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Keystone Literature Chapter 1
Fiction
Summarize
Genre
Compare/contrast
any story that is the product of imagination rather than a do…
to capture all of the most important parts of the original te…
a category used to classify literary works, usually by form,…
Place together characters, situations, or ideas to show commo…
Fiction
any story that is the product of imagination rather than a do…
Summarize
to capture all of the most important parts of the original te…
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AP Music Theory Intro & Chapter 1 Terms
Sound
Vibration
Compression
Rarefaction
Sound is defined as the sensation of vibrations transmited th…
Vibration is defined as a periodic motion of a type of substa…
Compression is increased pressure in the air caused by an act…
Rarefaction is decreased pressure in the air caused by an act…
Sound
Sound is defined as the sensation of vibrations transmited th…
Vibration
Vibration is defined as a periodic motion of a type of substa…
Chapter 1: The Pleasure of Music
beat
pitch
canon
clave
a steady recurring pulse
the highness or lowness of sound determined by its frequency…
a musical form where parts enter at different times but have…
a basic rhythmic pattern that provides the foundation for the…
beat
a steady recurring pulse
pitch
the highness or lowness of sound determined by its frequency…
13 terms
Music chapter 1
Recruiting men to join the army
Decorated aprons
Csarda
Piano 4 hands
What activities are described in Hungarian dances?
Hungarian dance clothes have what characteristics
Which is a Hungarian dance
Brahms Hungarian dances were originally published for what
Recruiting men to join the army
What activities are described in Hungarian dances?
Decorated aprons
Hungarian dance clothes have what characteristics
32 terms
Music Literature Test 1
5 Musical Elements
Melody
Tempo
Down Beat
1. Sound... 2. Harmony... 3. Melody... 4. Rhythm ... 5. Form
Most memorable or recognizable
Rhythm changing speed
When 1 beat is stronger
5 Musical Elements
1. Sound... 2. Harmony... 3. Melody... 4. Rhythm ... 5. Form
Melody
Most memorable or recognizable
19 terms
Music Chapter 1
sound
pitch
tone
pitch range (range)
vibrations that are transmitted, usually through air, to the…
relative highness or lowness of a sound
sound that has a definite pitch or frequency
distance between the highest and lowest tones that a given vo…
sound
vibrations that are transmitted, usually through air, to the…
pitch
relative highness or lowness of a sound
25 terms
BJU British Literature Chapter 1
Grendel
Bewoulf
Heorot
Hrothgar
Man-eating monster. Devil imagery. Enemy of Beowulf. Antithes…
Epic hero who fights three heroic battles against monsters an…
Golden guest hall built by King Hrothgar.
King of the Danes, worshiped Devil with people before Beowulf.
Grendel
Man-eating monster. Devil imagery. Enemy of Beowulf. Antithes…
Bewoulf
Epic hero who fights three heroic battles against monsters an…
16 terms
Music Literature: Unit 1
Where does the word music come from?
What is music
Rhythm
Tempo
Mousike (Greek word which means "art of Muses")
The art of sound and time
The aspect of music having to do with the duration of the not…
The speed of music. The rate at which the accented and unacce…
Where does the word music come from?
Mousike (Greek word which means "art of Muses")
What is music
The art of sound and time
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