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10 terms
Orchestra Music Terminology 1
Poco a poco
Grazioso
Andantino
Pesante
little by little
gracefully
generally a little quicker than Andante
heavy
Poco a poco
little by little
Grazioso
gracefully
10 terms
Orchestra Music Terminology 2
Dolce
Allegro
Accelerando
Legato
Sweetly
Light and quick
Gradually faster
Smooth and Connected
Dolce
Sweetly
Allegro
Light and quick
72 terms
Orchestra Musical Terminology
accelerando
accent
accidental
adagio
gradually faster
play the note louder, with a special emphasis
a flat, sharp, or other natural sign that appears within a pi…
slow
accelerando
gradually faster
accent
play the note louder, with a special emphasis
56 terms
Musical Terminology & Instruments of the Orchestra
Difference between a symphony and a band
the most common string instrument
A string section
Bows
A band does NOT use violins, violas, and cellos
cellos
has 4 instruments- Violins, violas, cellos, double bases
All string instruments use a bow MOST of the time
Difference between a symphony and a band
A band does NOT use violins, violas, and cellos
the most common string instrument
cellos
30 terms
The Instruments of the Symphony Orchestra and Musical Terminology
What is the different between a Band a…
Pitch
Range
Which instrument has the highest pitch?
a Band has no string instruments
how high or low the note is
how high or low the instrument can play
the Piccolo
What is the different between a Band a…
a Band has no string instruments
Pitch
how high or low the note is
17 terms
music - the orchestra
what is an orchestra?
in what order do the brass instruments…
what family does the contra - bassoon…
what family does the cor anglais belon…
a large group of musicians playing instruments as an ensemble…
french horns, trumpets, trombones, tuba
woodwind
woodwind
what is an orchestra?
a large group of musicians playing instruments as an ensemble…
in what order do the brass instruments…
french horns, trumpets, trombones, tuba
9 terms
Music -- Orchestra
Families
Strings Family
Woodwind Family
Percussion Family
Types/Goups of instruments ( Orchestra )
Violin, Viola, Cello, Double bass, Guitar, Harp
Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon, Oboe, Saxophone
Bells, Triangle, Vibraphone, Timpani, Bongos, Tambourine.....…
Families
Types/Goups of instruments ( Orchestra )
Strings Family
Violin, Viola, Cello, Double bass, Guitar, Harp
44 terms
Orchestra Music
accidental
Example of accidental
Andante
Bar line
Indicates if a note is raised or lowered.
Sharp, flat amd natural sign
A slow, walking tempo
A vertical line drawn on a staff to mark off a measure
accidental
Indicates if a note is raised or lowered.
Example of accidental
Sharp, flat amd natural sign
25 terms
Music - Orchestra
mf, f, ff
pp, p, mp
< Crescendo
> Decrescendo
Loud dynamic markings
Soft dynamic markings
Gradual volume increase
Gradual volume decrease
mf, f, ff
Loud dynamic markings
pp, p, mp
Soft dynamic markings
27 terms
Music - Orchestra
Strings
Strings
Strings
Strings
Violin
Viola
Cello
Double Bass
Strings
Violin
Strings
Viola
12 terms
Music:Orchestra
String
String
String
String
Violin
Cello
Double bass
Viola
String
Violin
String
Cello
11 terms
Music Orchestra
wood wind brass strings percussion
wood wind
flute oboe english horn bassoon clarin…
oboe english horn bassoon
4 sections of orchestra
instruments that use a reed or follow the same fingering syst…
wood wind instruments
3 instruments with double reeds
wood wind brass strings percussion
4 sections of orchestra
wood wind
instruments that use a reed or follow the same fingering syst…
64 terms
Orchestra Music Terms
Accelerando
Accent
Accidental
Adagio
becoming Faster
emphasis on a note
a sharp, flat or natural sign that is not in the key signature
at ease, slow tempo
Accelerando
becoming Faster
Accent
emphasis on a note
32 terms
Orchestra terminology
Measure
Bass Clef
Common Time
Staff
a segment of a line
The F clef, played by both bassists and cellists
the natural time signature for music
5 lines that music is written on
Measure
a segment of a line
Bass Clef
The F clef, played by both bassists and cellists
15 terms
orchestra music
violin
viola
cello
basses
string
string
string
string
violin
string
viola
string
18 terms
Music Orchestra
Violin
Viola
Cello
String bass
String
String
String
String
Violin
String
Viola
String
14 terms
Music- Orchestra
Name the four sections of the orchestra.
What are the five orchestral string in…
What are string instruments mainly com…
What are most of the orchestral string…
Strings, Woodwind, Brass, and Percussion
Violin, Viola, Cello, Brass, and Harp
Wood
Bow
Name the four sections of the orchestra.
Strings, Woodwind, Brass, and Percussion
What are the five orchestral string in…
Violin, Viola, Cello, Brass, and Harp
36 terms
Orchestra and Musicals
Vibrato
Melisma
Voice Types
What is an opera?
The rapid change sung between two pitches
A group of notes and tones sung in one syllable
1. Soprano... 2. Mezzo Soprano... 3. Alto... 4.Countertenor... 5.Tenor... 6.…
An opera is a live production for soloists, choruses and orch…
Vibrato
The rapid change sung between two pitches
Melisma
A group of notes and tones sung in one syllable
28 terms
Music App. - The Orchestra
strings family
violins
viola
cello
violin, viola, cello, double bass, guitar, banjo, etc
there are more of these than any other instrument in an orche…
a "large violin"
rests on the floor and played between legs
strings family
violin, viola, cello, double bass, guitar, banjo, etc
violins
there are more of these than any other instrument in an orche…
44 terms
Clackamas Orchestra Music Theory
Order of flats
Order of Sharps
Order of flat keys
Order of sharps
BEADGCF
FCGDAEB
F,Bb,Eb,Ab,Db,Gb,Cb
G,D,A,E,B,F#,C#
Order of flats
BEADGCF
Order of Sharps
FCGDAEB
19 terms
Music Instruments of an Orchestra
Violin
Viola
Cello
Double-Bass
Violin
Viola
5 terms
Heworth Music Families of the Orchestra
Strings
Woodwind
Brass
Percussion
Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon
Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Tuba
Timpani, side drum, cymbals, bass drum
Strings
Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass
Woodwind
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon
34 terms
Orchestra terminology
Measure
Bass Clef
Treble Cleff
Alto Clef
a segment of a line
The F clef, played by both bassists and cellists
The Clef played by violins
The clef most used by violists.
Measure
a segment of a line
Bass Clef
The F clef, played by both bassists and cellists
30 terms
Orchestra Terminology
Arco
Articulation
Bartók Pizz
Col Legno
Use bow
How you star and end a note
Slapping the string against fingerboard
Using the wood of the bow to make a sound
Arco
Use bow
Articulation
How you star and end a note
41 terms
Orchestra Music Terms
Music Staff
Ledger Lines
Bar Lines
Measure
Consisting of 5 lines and 4 Spaces, this is where musical not…
short lines above and below the staff. These lines extend the…
vertical lines that divide the staff
the space between two bar lines
Music Staff
Consisting of 5 lines and 4 Spaces, this is where musical not…
Ledger Lines
short lines above and below the staff. These lines extend the…
121 terms
Orchestra Terminology
pizzicato
arco
solo
ensemble
to pluck strings
play with the bow
piece for one person, one person playing
a piece for a group of musicians, a group of musicians
pizzicato
to pluck strings
arco
play with the bow
31 terms
Orchestra Terminology
Pianissimo (pp)
Piano (p)
Mezzo piano (mp)
Mezzo forte (mf)
Very soft
Soft
Medium soft
Medium loud
Pianissimo (pp)
Very soft
Piano (p)
Soft
10 terms
Music: musical instruments of the orchestra
Violin
Viola
Cello
Double Bass
The soprano voice in the string family, can be soft and expre…
Alto voice in the string family, slightly larger than the vio…
Tenor voice in the string family, much larger and held betwee…
Largest and lowest of the string family, player stands or sit…
Violin
The soprano voice in the string family, can be soft and expre…
Viola
Alto voice in the string family, slightly larger than the vio…
79 terms
Orchestra Terminology
Pizzicato
Arco
Solo
Ensemble
Plucking
Bowing
One person playing or a piece designed for one person to play
A group of people playing or a piece designed for a group of…
Pizzicato
Plucking
Arco
Bowing
16 terms
Music Terms Orchestra
Double Bar
Key Signature
Repeat Sign
First/Second endings
A pair of closely spaced bar lines marking the end of a piece…
In musical notation, a key signature is a set of sharp or fla…
In music, a repeat sign is a sign that indicates a section sh…
When you want to repeat a passage of music exactly as it was…
Double Bar
A pair of closely spaced bar lines marking the end of a piece…
Key Signature
In musical notation, a key signature is a set of sharp or fla…
20 terms
Orchestra Music Terms
scale
score
serial music
solfege
the arrangement of notes in a specific order of whole and hal…
the organized notation of all the instrumental and/or vocal p…
a type of composition based on technique involving a twelve-t…
system of designating verbal syllables for the degrees of the…
scale
the arrangement of notes in a specific order of whole and hal…
score
the organized notation of all the instrumental and/or vocal p…
10 terms
orchestra - music year 8
What section are the harps, violins, v…
What section are the instruments like…
What section are the trombones, trumpe…
What section are the clarinets, bassoo…
strings
percussion and timpani
brass
woodwind
What section are the harps, violins, v…
strings
What section are the instruments like…
percussion and timpani
61 terms
Orchestra Final Music terms
forte, loud
mezzo-forte, meaning "moderately loud"
"fortissimo" and meaning "very loud".
piano, meaning "soft".
f
mf
ff
p
forte, loud
f
mezzo-forte, meaning "moderately loud"
mf
50 terms
Orchestra terminology
A tempo
Adagio
Agitato
Allargando
Resume the previous tempo
Slowly, leisurely
Agitated
Broadening, gradually slower. Louder and broader
A tempo
Resume the previous tempo
Adagio
Slowly, leisurely
13 terms
orchestra terminology
adaigo
a tempo
piu mosso
da capo
slow
back to original tempo
more motion (faster)
replay from beginning
adaigo
slow
a tempo
back to original tempo
146 terms
Orchestra Terminology
accelerando
accidental -
ad libitum (ad lib) or a piacere
a due ( a 2 )
gradually growing faster
chromatic alteration of a note from the key signature until t…
at pleasure, at will
for two parts
accelerando
gradually growing faster
accidental -
chromatic alteration of a note from the key signature until t…
31 terms
Orchestra Terminology
p
mp
mf
f
piano, soft
mezzo piano, medium soft
mezzo forte, medium loud
forte, loud
p
piano, soft
mp
mezzo piano, medium soft
36 terms
Orchestra Terminology
accelerando
ad libitum
allargando
amoroso
gradually becoming faster
at pleasure, at will
getting slower or louder
with love, with warm feeling
accelerando
gradually becoming faster
ad libitum
at pleasure, at will
73 terms
Orchestra Terminology
Staccato
Legato
Leggiero
Tenuto
Making a note detached and light
Smooth and connected
Light and delicate
To hold a note slightly longer
Staccato
Making a note detached and light
Legato
Smooth and connected
12 terms
Orchestra Terminology
Col legno bowing
Ricochet bowing
Talon
Tasto
Playing the string on the wood of the bow
Throwing the upper part of the bow on the string so it will b…
Frog
Fingerboard
Col legno bowing
Playing the string on the wood of the bow
Ricochet bowing
Throwing the upper part of the bow on the string so it will b…
28 terms
Orchestra Terminology
pp
Subito
Allargrando
D.S. al Coda
pianissimo (very quiet)
very suddenly
slow and steady tempo
go back to sign and take Coda
pp
pianissimo (very quiet)
Subito
very suddenly
49 terms
4th Grade Music - Orchestra
Instruments in the string section ____…
String instruments are all played the…
Name 2 ways string instruments are pla…
Strings provide music with a ____ rich…
look alike
same
1. plucked (pizzicato)... 2. a bow (sound)
deep
Instruments in the string section ____…
look alike
String instruments are all played the…
same
13 terms
Music: The orchestra and Holst
Brass, string, percussion and woodwind
Because it has a reed.
They all are played through a reed.
They all are made out of brass/metal a…
What families are in the orchestra?
Why is the saxophone in the woodwind family?
What are the main features of the instruments in the woodwind…
What are the main features of the brass family?
Brass, string, percussion and woodwind
What families are in the orchestra?
Because it has a reed.
Why is the saxophone in the woodwind family?
31 terms
Orchestra Music Terms 1
p
mp
mf
f
piano, soft
mezzo piano, medium soft
mezzo forte, medium loud
forte, loud
p
piano, soft
mp
mezzo piano, medium soft
8 terms
Orchestra: Music Roadmap
Coda
Da Capo
Del Segno
Fine
tail or ending
beginning
the sign
end
Coda
tail or ending
Da Capo
beginning
36 terms
Orchestra music theory notes
Harmony
Tonal harmony
Pitch
Staff
Is the sound that results when two or more pitches are perfor…
Refer to the harmonic style of music composed during the peri…
The highness or lowness of sound
Is used in music to indicate the precise pitch desired
Harmony
Is the sound that results when two or more pitches are perfor…
Tonal harmony
Refer to the harmonic style of music composed during the peri…
22 terms
Orchestra Exam Music History
Serialism
Aleatoric music
Neoclassism
Nationalism
Developing patterns of notes that use each of the twelve note…
The use of chance elements in determining rhythm, pitch, etc.
Combining Classic period forms with modern harmonies and inst…
Using melodies from a composer's native country with new tona…
Serialism
Developing patterns of notes that use each of the twelve note…
Aleatoric music
The use of chance elements in determining rhythm, pitch, etc.
12 terms
Orchestra: Music Theory
Detaché
Matelé
Collé
Spiccato
"Legato bowing" - One bow per note.
"Hammered" - Accented bow stroke, bow stroke that starts with…
Bow starts on and ends off the string.
Bow stroke that starts and ends off the string.
Detaché
"Legato bowing" - One bow per note.
Matelé
"Hammered" - Accented bow stroke, bow stroke that starts with…
35 terms
Music Review: Symphony Orchestra
A band does not have a string section
Violin, viola, cello, and double bass
Violin
Double bass
What is the main difference between a band and a symphony orc…
The strings include p:
What is the highest pitched string instrument
What is the lowest pitched string instrument
A band does not have a string section
What is the main difference between a band and a symphony orc…
Violin, viola, cello, and double bass
The strings include p:
59 terms
Concert Orchestra Music Finals (Vocab)
Accelerando
Accent
Adagio
Allegro
(accel.) becoming faster
emphasis on a note
at ease, slow tempo
fast tempo
Accelerando
(accel.) becoming faster
Accent
emphasis on a note
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