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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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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
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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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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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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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…
Music Chapter 1
Pianissimo
Piano
Mezzopiano
Mezzoforte
Very soft
Soft
Moderately soft
Moderately loud
Pianissimo
Very soft
Piano
Soft
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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
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 101: Chapter 1
Half Step (or Semitone)
Whole Step (or Whole tone)
Octave Equivalence
Harmonic Equivalence
The interval between any pitch & the next closest pitch in ei…
Combination of two Half Steps, this always has a note that co…
The concept that pitches 8 steps apart (sharing the same name…
Concept that pitches that share different names but sound sim…
Half Step (or Semitone)
The interval between any pitch & the next closest pitch in ei…
Whole Step (or Whole tone)
Combination of two Half Steps, this always has a note that co…
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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
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AP Music Theory Chapter 1
G-Clef
F-Clef
C-clef
Grand Staff
Treble Clef
Bass Clef
Alto Clef... Tenor Clef... Movable C clef(deturmines
G-Clef
Treble Clef
F-Clef
Bass Clef
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 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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Vocab music Chapter 1
Noise
musical tone
Frequency
Pitch
any sound producing a series of irregular, unpredictable puls…
sound producing a series of regular, predictable pulsations,…
the speed or rate of vibrations occurring in a sound producin…
the highness or lowness of a musical sound
Noise
any sound producing a series of irregular, unpredictable puls…
musical tone
sound producing a series of regular, predictable pulsations,…
Chapter 1 Music Appreciation
One way to define music:
Basic Components of Music
Rhythm
Rhapsody: We Will Rock You (opening)
Identifying its components, or elements.
Rhythm, Melody, Harmony, Tone, Color, Texture, and Form
Refers to events that reoccur regularly over time; in our cas…
...
One way to define music:
Identifying its components, or elements.
Basic Components of Music
Rhythm, Melody, Harmony, Tone, Color, Texture, and Form
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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
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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…
Music Chapter 1
Sound
Pitch
Tone
Interval
The vibrations of an object.
The relative highness or lowness of a sound.
A sound that has a definite pitch or frequency of beats per s…
The distance in vibrations between any two tones
Sound
The vibrations of an object.
Pitch
The relative highness or lowness of a sound.
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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
chromatic scale
middle C
pulse/beat
rhythm
collection of total possible pitches
the very middle of the keyboard
an audible repeating sound or an implied measurement against…
series of note values or durations in a recurring pattern or…
chromatic scale
collection of total possible pitches
middle C
the very middle of the keyboard
The Enjoyment of Music - Chapter 1
Melody
Contour
Range
Interval
The melody is the line, or tune; Succession of single tones o…
The overall shape of a melodic line. It can move upward, down…
Distance between the lowest and highest tones of a melody, an…
Distance and relationship between two pitches.
Melody
The melody is the line, or tune; Succession of single tones o…
Contour
The overall shape of a melodic line. It can move upward, down…
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Music Chapter 1
Formal analysis
Musical process
Riff
Hook
Listening for musical structure, its basic building blocks, a…
The analysis of how music actually sounds (grain of singing v…
repeated pattern designed to generate rhythmic momentum
memorable musical phrase or riff
Formal analysis
Listening for musical structure, its basic building blocks, a…
Musical process
The analysis of how music actually sounds (grain of singing v…
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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Music Vocab Chapter 1
melody
pitch
cannon
call & respone
an intentionally organized succession of musical tones
highness or lowness of sound determined by its frequency of v…
musical form where parts come in at different times but have…
question & answer pattern in which a group responds to a leader
melody
an intentionally organized succession of musical tones
pitch
highness or lowness of sound determined by its frequency of v…
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Chapter 1 music
tone
Note
Pitch
Staff
the case of a musical sound, the vibrations are so definite a…
A symbol used to notate a pitch and its duration.
The highest or lowest of musical tone
a group like structure consisting of five lines and four spac…
tone
the case of a musical sound, the vibrations are so definite a…
Note
A symbol used to notate a pitch and its duration.
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Music: Chapter 1
Melody
Contour
range
interval
the line or tune in music
how the melody moves up and down
span of pitches
distance between any two pitches in a melody
Melody
the line or tune in music
Contour
how the melody moves up and down
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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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Music chapter 1
Time Periods In Order
Wolfgang Mozart
Common Practice Era
European Countries
Medieval,Renaissance,Baroque,Common Practice,Classical, Impre…
Child prodigy... Great western tour... Incredible musical brain... Hap…
1750-1825... Western Europe... Sacred and Absolute... Joseph Franz Pap…
Austria, France, Germany, Italy, and Russia
Time Periods In Order
Medieval,Renaissance,Baroque,Common Practice,Classical, Impre…
Wolfgang Mozart
Child prodigy... Great western tour... Incredible musical brain... Hap…
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Music Chapter 1
Melody
Tempo
Harmony
Syncopation
A song or tune; succession of notes or pitches that form a mu…
Speed of the beat in a piece of music.
Two or more notes sounding at the same time; underlying chord…
Accenting the weak or unexpected part of the beat.
Melody
A song or tune; succession of notes or pitches that form a mu…
Tempo
Speed of the beat in a piece of music.
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Music Chapter 1 terms
music
sound waves
classical music
lyrics
"muses", rational organization of sounds and silences passing…
vibrations that reflect slight differences in air pressure, c…
traditional music of any culture, usually req. long years of…
accompanying text that tells listeners what the music is abou…
music
"muses", rational organization of sounds and silences passing…
sound waves
vibrations that reflect slight differences in air pressure, c…
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Chapter 1 : Music
Sound
Pitch
Tone
Interval
Begins with vibration of an object transmitted by a medium, u…
The relative highness or lowness we can hear in a sound
Sound that has a definite pitch
The "distance" in pitch between any two tones
Sound
Begins with vibration of an object transmitted by a medium, u…
Pitch
The relative highness or lowness we can hear in a sound
Music Chapter 1 Vocab
Movements
Concertmaster
Encore
Pitch
Sections of a piece (ex. the 4 sections in Mozart's symphony…
in an orchestra, the first chair violinist who makes a separa…
An additional piece demanded by extended applause
This is perceivable and measurable in any musical sound. It i…
Movements
Sections of a piece (ex. the 4 sections in Mozart's symphony…
Concertmaster
in an orchestra, the first chair violinist who makes a separa…
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Music Chapter 1 terms
beat
accent
meter
measure (bar)
basic unit of time measurement in music; the pulse what you c…
making a beat sound stronger; emphasizing a beat; strong vs.…
a recurring pattern of strong and weak beats, two, three, or…
one occurrence of a metrical
beat
basic unit of time measurement in music; the pulse what you c…
accent
making a beat sound stronger; emphasizing a beat; strong vs.…
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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…
11 terms
Music Chapter 1
Melody
Frequency
Volume
Range
A line, or the tune, in music.
Number of vibrations per second.
Loudness or sofeness.
the distance between the lowest and highest notes.
Melody
A line, or the tune, in music.
Frequency
Number of vibrations per second.
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Music Chapter 1 Key terms
Active Listening
Emotional Listening
Form
Timbre
A way of paying attention to music at multiple levels of comp…
Listening to music primarily for the emotional responses it e…
The way musical material is organized. It is the way in which…
The distinctive sound of a particular instrument or voice
Active Listening
A way of paying attention to music at multiple levels of comp…
Emotional Listening
Listening to music primarily for the emotional responses it e…
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Music chapter 1
orchestra
Cello
String instruments
Bows
A band that uses violins, violas a cellos
The most common type of string intrument
Violins violas cellos double basses... The larger the instrument…
All string instruments have a bow ... Bows are made of wood and…
orchestra
A band that uses violins, violas a cellos
Cello
The most common type of string intrument
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Chapter 1 music
Acoustics
Frequency
Tone
Noise
The science of sound and provides us with precise way of desc…
Number of wave cycles per unit of time. Measured in Hertz
Sound whose harmonics' frequencies are related by whole-numbe…
Sound whose harmonics frequencies are NOT related by whole-nu…
Acoustics
The science of sound and provides us with precise way of desc…
Frequency
Number of wave cycles per unit of time. Measured in Hertz
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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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 chapter 1
melody
contour
range
interval
line, or tune, in music
how each melody moves up and down
span of pitches
distance between any two pitches
melody
line, or tune, in music
contour
how each melody moves up and down
music: chapter1
music
pitch
frequency
interval
periods of sound and silence that are organized to give a des…
the highness or lowness of a given tone as per frequency
the number of vibrations per second
the difference/space between two pitches
music
periods of sound and silence that are organized to give a des…
pitch
the highness or lowness of a given tone as per frequency
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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…
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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
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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chapter 1 music
in New Orleans was a legal prostitutio…
composing and performing at the same t…
rhythmic feeling
found in African and European music
Storyville
improvising
swing
syncopation
in New Orleans was a legal prostitutio…
Storyville
composing and performing at the same t…
improvising
Chapter 1- The Pleasure of Music
form
call and response
clave
beat
the structure and design of a composition (incorporating repe…
a question-and-answer pattern in which a group responds to a…
a percussion instrument; a basic rhythmic pattern that is the…
a steady recurring pulse (Think: heartbeat)
form
the structure and design of a composition (incorporating repe…
call and response
a question-and-answer pattern in which a group responds to a…
Music Chapter 1
What is music?
Pitch
Frequency
What type of frequency do higher pitch…
Periods of sound and silence that are organized to give a des…
Highness or lowness of a given sound
The number of vibrations per second
Fast... More vibrations
What is music?
Periods of sound and silence that are organized to give a des…
Pitch
Highness or lowness of a given sound
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Music Chapter 1
pitch
frequency
staff
interval
how high/low a note it
vibration ... (higher frequency,high pitch) ... (lower freq, lower…
5 lines, 4 spaces... the higher the position of the note on a st…
distance between 2 pitches
pitch
how high/low a note it
frequency
vibration ... (higher frequency,high pitch) ... (lower freq, lower…
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