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49 terms
Piano Theory
attacca
dolente
dolore
doppio movimento
go straight on to the next section of music
sad, mournful
grief (doloroso: sorrowful)
twice as fast
attacca
go straight on to the next section of music
dolente
sad, mournful
34 terms
Piano theory
Pianississimo
A tempo
Accent
Accelerando
Very very soft
Return to the original tempo
Play the note louder than the others
Accelerate,gradually faster
Pianississimo
Very very soft
A tempo
Return to the original tempo
189 terms
Piano Theory
accelerando (accel.)
adagio
allegretto
allegro
gradually getting quicker
slow
fairly quick (not as quick as allegro)
quick
accelerando (accel.)
gradually getting quicker
adagio
slow
Piano Theory
a tempo
adagio
accent
accelerando
return to the original tempo
slowly
play the note louder than the others
accelerate;gradually faster
a tempo
return to the original tempo
adagio
slowly
Piano Theory
a tempo
adagio
allegretto
allegro
return to original tempo
a slow tempo ( slower than andante, but not as slow as largo
fairly fast (a little slower than allegro
fast
a tempo
return to original tempo
adagio
a slow tempo ( slower than andante, but not as slow as largo
Piano Theory
Piano
Forte
Damper
Rhythm
Soft or quiet
Loud
Right pedal
Steady beat
Piano
Soft or quiet
Forte
Loud
17 terms
PIANO THEORY
2
3
4
5
7
6
5
4
2
7
3
6
50 terms
piano theory
authentic cadence
plagal cadence
half cadence
FatCatsGoDownAlleysEatingBananas
V or V7 then I chord
IV then I
Any chord and then a V or V7
order of sharps
authentic cadence
V or V7 then I chord
plagal cadence
IV then I
34 terms
Piano Theory
forte
piano
Authentic Cadence
Half Cadence
loud
soft
V to I
I to V
forte
loud
piano
soft
43 terms
Piano Theory
a tempo
adagio
allegretto
allegro
return to the previous tempo
a slow tempo (between andante and largo)
fairly fast (a little slower than allegro)
fast
a tempo
return to the previous tempo
adagio
a slow tempo (between andante and largo)
124 terms
Piano Theory
a tempo
accent
accelerando
adagio
return to the original tempo (the speed at which the music be…
play the note louder than the others
accelerate; gradually faster
slowly
a tempo
return to the original tempo (the speed at which the music be…
accent
play the note louder than the others
125 terms
Piano Theory
Notes
Staff
Clefs
Treble Clef
tell pitch (high or low) and the duration (long or short)of s…
consists of four lines and four spaces
placed at the beginning of each staff
or G clef curls around the second line of the staff indicatio…
Notes
tell pitch (high or low) and the duration (long or short)of s…
Staff
consists of four lines and four spaces
65 terms
Music Vocabulary Piano Theory I
accelerando
accent
accidentals
adagio
with a gradual increase of speed
emphasize one note and make it louder and stronger than all t…
a sign indicating to not pay attention to the key signature a…
in slow tempo, at ease
accelerando
with a gradual increase of speed
accent
emphasize one note and make it louder and stronger than all t…
Piano Theory
Mezzo Forte
Forte
Fortissimo
Crescendo
medium loud
loud
very loud
Gradually louder
Mezzo Forte
medium loud
Forte
loud
20 terms
PIANO THEORY
2
3
4
5
7
6
5
4
2
7
3
6
27 terms
Piano Theory
a tempo
accent
accelerando
adagio
return to the original tempo
play the note louder than the others
accelerate; gradually play faster
slowly
a tempo
return to the original tempo
accent
play the note louder than the others
10 terms
Piano theory
Piano
Forte
Legato
Staccato
Soft
Loud
Smooth
Short and sharp
Piano
Soft
Forte
Loud
Piano theory
Baroque
Classical
Romantic
Contemporary
JS Bach ... Handel... Scarlatti... Telemann
Beethoven... Clementi... Haydn... Kuhlau... Mozart
Chopin... Grieg... Schubert... Schumann
Bartok... Kabalevsky... Prokofiev... Shostakovich
Baroque
JS Bach ... Handel... Scarlatti... Telemann
Classical
Beethoven... Clementi... Haydn... Kuhlau... Mozart
piano theory
JS Bach
Corelli
Handel
Rameau
Baroque
Baroque
Baroque
Baroque
JS Bach
Baroque
Corelli
Baroque
50 terms
Piano Theory
J.S. Bach
Corelli
Handel
Rameau
Baroque
Baroque
Baroque
Baroque
J.S. Bach
Baroque
Corelli
Baroque
Piano Theory
Piano
Forte
Damper
Rhythm
Soft or quiet
Loud
Right pedal
Steady beat
Piano
Soft or quiet
Forte
Loud
37 terms
Piano Theory
accelerando
ralletando
ritardando
ritenuto
gradually becoming faster
gradually becoming slower
gradually becoming slower
immediately slower or held back
accelerando
gradually becoming faster
ralletando
gradually becoming slower
141 terms
Piano Theory
accelerando
alla, all
animato
assai
becoming quicker
in the manner of
lively, animated
much, very much
accelerando
becoming quicker
alla, all
in the manner of
Piano theory
Atonality
Bitonality
Codetta
Doloroso
No specific key or tonality
2 different keys at the same time
Short coda or short section of music
Sadly sorrowfully
Atonality
No specific key or tonality
Bitonality
2 different keys at the same time
25 terms
Piano Theory: Grade 1
Accelerando
Adagio
Allegretto
Allegro
Gradually getting quicker
Slow
Fairly quick
Quick
Accelerando
Gradually getting quicker
Adagio
Slow
23 terms
Piano Theory
doloroso
marcato
robusto
scherzando
sadly, sorrowfully
marked
boldly
jokingly, lightly, playfully
doloroso
sadly, sorrowfully
marcato
marked
11 terms
Piano Theory
a tempo
accent
accelerando
adagio
return to original tempo
play the note louder than the others
accelerate, gradually faster
slowly
a tempo
return to original tempo
accent
play the note louder than the others
Piano Theory
1st scale degree
2nd scale degree
3rd scale degree
4th scale degree
Tonic
Supertonic
Mediant
Subdominant
1st scale degree
Tonic
2nd scale degree
Supertonic
28 terms
Piano theory
Pianississimo
Pianissimo
piano
mezzo piano
ppp very, very soft
very soft
p soft
medium soft
Pianississimo
ppp very, very soft
Pianissimo
very soft
12 terms
Piano Theory
Allemande
Courante
Bourree
sarbande
44 or 22... Allegretto, moderato, Allegro moderato... mainly 16th n…
34, 32, 38, or 64... Allegro, vivace, moderato
24 or 44 or 22... vivace, Allegro vivace... quarter-notes
32 or 34... adagio, lento
Allemande
44 or 22... Allegretto, moderato, Allegro moderato... mainly 16th n…
Courante
34, 32, 38, or 64... Allegro, vivace, moderato
Piano theory
Natural minor scale
Harmonic minor scale
Melodic minor scale
Legato
Follows key signature exactly, no notes are changes
Seventh note is raised one half step
Sixth and seventh notes are raised one half step going up and…
Smooth, connected
Natural minor scale
Follows key signature exactly, no notes are changes
Harmonic minor scale
Seventh note is raised one half step
Piano theory
Vivaldi
Haydn
Liszt
Gershwin
Baroque (four seasons, spring)
Classical (surprise symphony, 2nd mov)
Romantic (Hungarian rhapsody, no.2)
Contemporary (rhapsody in blue)
Vivaldi
Baroque (four seasons, spring)
Haydn
Classical (surprise symphony, 2nd mov)
105 terms
Piano Theory
A Tempo
Accent
Accelerando
Accidental
Return to the original tempo
Play the note louder than the others
Accelerate; Gradually Faster
A sharp, flat or natural written before a note
A Tempo
Return to the original tempo
Accent
Play the note louder than the others
78 terms
Piano Theory
Baroque
Classical
Romantic
Contemporary
1600-1750
1750-1830
1830-1900
1900-present
Baroque
1600-1750
Classical
1750-1830
54 terms
Piano Theory
Allemande
Courante
Corrente
Sarabande
German, 4/4 time
French dance, 3/2 or 6/4 time, shifting melody
Italian, quick triple meter
Slow triple meter
Allemande
German, 4/4 time
Courante
French dance, 3/2 or 6/4 time, shifting melody
14 terms
piano theory
trumpet without the valves
lento
program music
etude
bugle
rather slowly
instrumental music based on a story, idea or other non-musica…
technical study
trumpet without the valves
bugle
lento
rather slowly
Piano Theory
a tempo
accelerando
adagio
allegro
return to the original tempo
gradually faster
slowly
fast or quick
a tempo
return to the original tempo
accelerando
gradually faster
91 terms
Piano Theory
Cedez
leger
lentement
modere
Yield, hold the tempo back
light (ly)
slowly
at moderate tempo
Cedez
Yield, hold the tempo back
leger
light (ly)
Piano theory
Staccato
Adagio
Andante
Crescendo
Short and detached
Slow
Walking speed
Gradually getting louder
Staccato
Short and detached
Adagio
Slow
17 terms
Piano Theory
String quartet
etude
harp
impressionism
two violin players, a viola player and a cellist
an instrumental musical composition, usually short, of consid…
stringed musical instrument which has a number of individual…
started in France, led by Debussy, against the emotional exub…
String quartet
two violin players, a viola player and a cellist
etude
an instrumental musical composition, usually short, of consid…
139 terms
Piano Theory
Polyphonic texture
Use of ornamentation
Improvisation
Use of figured bass
Baroque or Contemporary
Baroque
Baroque
Baroque
Polyphonic texture
Baroque or Contemporary
Use of ornamentation
Baroque
9 terms
Piano Theory
D. C. al fine
D. C.
Fermata
Grace Note
to play from the beginning to the fine (end)
is the abbreviation for Da capo, which means from the head.
to hold a note longer than its time value.
is printed in small type. It is not counted in the rhythm; it…
D. C. al fine
to play from the beginning to the fine (end)
D. C.
is the abbreviation for Da capo, which means from the head.
94 terms
Piano Theory
Cedez
Leger
Lentement
Modere
Yield; hold the tempo back
Light; lightly
Slowly
At a moderate tempo
Cedez
Yield; hold the tempo back
Leger
Light; lightly
45 terms
piano theory
C
Cm
C7
C6
C E G
C Eb G
C E G Bb
C E G A
C
C E G
Cm
C Eb G
27 terms
piano theory
a tempo
adagio
allegretto
allegro
return to the previous tempo
a slow tempo (between andante and largo)
fairly fast (a little slower than allegro)
fast
a tempo
return to the previous tempo
adagio
a slow tempo (between andante and largo)
35 terms
Piano Theory
the raising of the upper note of an in…
the minor key whose tonic is the sixth…
3 1/2 steps down from the original not…
4 1/2 steps up from the original note…
What is an Augmented Chord?
Relative Minor
How to Find the Relative Minor on the Piano
How to Find the Relative Major on the Piano
the raising of the upper note of an in…
What is an Augmented Chord?
the minor key whose tonic is the sixth…
Relative Minor
61 terms
Piano Theory
I chord
IV chord
V chord
primary triads
tonic
subdominant
dominant
chords I, IV, &, V
I chord
tonic
IV chord
subdominant
125 terms
Piano Theory
Natural Minor vs. Major Scale
Natural Minor Semitone Occurence
Harmonic Minor vs Major Scale
Harmonic Minor Semitone Occurence
6th 7th and 3rd scaled degrees are lowered
2-3 and 5-6
6th and 3rd scale degree are lowered a semitone
2-3, 5-6, 7-8
Natural Minor vs. Major Scale
6th 7th and 3rd scaled degrees are lowered
Natural Minor Semitone Occurence
2-3 and 5-6
28 terms
piano theory
B minor
E minor
F# minor
G# minor
f and c sharp
f sharp
f, c, g sharps
f,c,g,d,a sharps
B minor
f and c sharp
E minor
f sharp
Piano theory
Legato
Staccato
Mezzo staccato
Cantabile
Smoothly
Detached, short
Moderately short and detached
Singing style
Legato
Smoothly
Staccato
Detached, short
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