music terms  Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

sung or played without accompaniment
getting faster in speed
A little faster than adagio
(at ease)gracefully
agitated
(joyful)lively, moderately fast
slightly slower than allegro;a little joyful
(walking faster than adaio;at a walking pace
animated;with energy
with spirit
with love;tenderly
with fire; in a harsh manner
with movement
growing louder slowly
from the beginning;D.C. go back to beginning and finish where fine is
shrinking; becoming softer
to the sing:D.S.to back to the sing
dividing
suffix that means "a little"
sweetly
(stopped) marks a note to be held
very strong:very loud
little by little
key signifying a happy or upbeat tone

Elements of Music Word Search

Elements of Music Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Sixteenth Note
Quarter Note
Accelerando
Decrescendo
Eighth Note
Mezzo-Forte
Mezzo-Piano
Fortissimo
Pianissimo
Ritardando
Whole Note
Classical
Crescendo
Half Note
Dynamics
Moderato
A Tempo
Allegro
Andante
Measure
Adagio
Presto
Rhythm
Vivace
Forte
Largo
Lento
Piano
Tempo
Rest

Musical Definitions Word Search

Musical Definitions Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

allegretto
nobilmente
allargando
non troppo
sostenuto
cantabile
pizzicato
staccato
grazioso
maestoso
andante
morendo
agitato
animato
sordini
giocoso
scherzo
subito
simile
sempre
presto
vivace
adagio
rubato
dolce
senza
tacet
mosso
assai
lento
tutti
segue
molto
lied
con
piu

Musical Definitions Crossword

Musical Definitions Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

a musical joke
happily
much
not too much
go on
all together
slow
very
flexible time
with a mute
movement
majestically
more
slow
animated
a song
don't play
with
not quickly
lively
without
gracefully
noble
agitated
faster than andante but slower than allegro
short
dying away
plucked notes
in a singing style
very fast
sweetly
walking pace
sustained
always
as before
suddenly

Choir Crossword

Choir  Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

very fast
more
moderately slow
at ease,leisurely in tempo
moderately fast
quickly and cheerfully
moderately
slowly
lively and fast
very slow
a stretched or broadened tempo
to be silent/cut out of the piece
used to indicate that all musicians should play/sing
suddenly
strong accent that gradually increases in volume
majestic
to emphasize a note by deliberately holding it for its full duration
to add intensity to a note, usually through increased volume
return to a original tempo
less
more
little by little
unaccompanied choral music
give permission to improvise over a melody
gradually get louder
gradually get softer
gradually get faster
gradually get softer
hold until the conductor cuts you off
short and detached
smooth and connected
the beginning of the piece
indicates where the musician is to return
a point in the music in which the musician will skip, often at the end of the song
group of singers often the term interchangeable with choir

Music Terms Crossword

Music Terms Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Sung or played without accompaniment
Getting faster in speed
A little faster than adagio
(At ease) Gracefully
Aditated
(Joyful) Lively, moderately fast
Slightly slower than allegro, a little joyful
(walking) faster than adagio; a little joyful
animated; with energy
with love; tenderly
with spirt
with fire; in harsh manner
with movement
a work for one or more solo instruments accompanied by orchestra
growing louder slowly
from the beginning; D.C. go back to beginning and finish where fine is
to the sign; D.C. to back to the sign
shrinking; becoming softer
divided
sweetly
suffix that means "a little"
(stopped) marks a note to be held
very strong; very loud
strong; loud
with charm
a little bit slow; not as slow as largo
(broad) slow and dignified
(slow)
but not as much
majestic; stately
less; used with other terms
moderately loud
moderately soft
mysteriously
very; much; used with other terms
very gentle; very soft
gentle; soft in volume
more; used with other terms

Choir Word search

Choir Word search
Type
Word Search
Description

Ma non troppo
piano gentle
treble clef
rallentando
poco a poco
mezzo piano
mezzo forte
decrescendo
accelerando
ritardando
pianissimo
misterioso
fortissimo
allegretto
sherzando
sforzando
pizzicato
larghetto
dal segno
crescendo
con fuoco
con amore
adagietto
a capella
maestoso
grazioso
fermatta
concerto
con moto
con brio
da capo
animato
andante
agitato
vivace
Subito
simile
sempre
rubato
presto
divisi
alegro
adagio
tutti
Molto
lento
largo
forte
-etto
dolce
temp
poco
meno
piu

Choir Crossword Puzzle

Choir Crossword Puzzle
Type
Crossword
Description

No Instuments Included
Getting Faster In Speed
A Little Faster Than Adagio
At Ease
Agitated
Lively
Very, or Much
majestic
Animated/With Energy
Divided
To Gradually Get Louder
Less
Soft Or Gental
Plucked Or String Instrument
More
Little By Little
Playfully
In The Same Way
Subdued Voice
The Top Part Of The Piano Staff

Dynamics and Tempos Word Search

Dynamics and Tempos Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Pococrescendo
rallentando
accelerando
decrescendo
allegretto
ritardando
diminuendo
pianissimo
fortissimo
mezzopiano
mezzoforte
Pocoapoco
Cantabile
crescendo
ritenuto
moderato
dynamic
andante
Allegro
atempo
adagio
Presto
accent
lento
tempo
mezzo
forte
piano
Poco

Tempo and Articulation Crossword

Tempo and Articulation Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Smooth and connected
Very fast
Short
Very slow and solemn
Moderate speed
Played extremely separated and distinct
Walking speed
Held out with pressure
Fast bow stroke that creates a short sound
Slow and easy
Majestic and stately
Broadly and faster than largo
A little bit faster than andante
Half of legato and staccato
Fast and lively
Hard attack
Stressed attack
Curved line connecting two or more different notes in one bow stroke
Very slow and broadly
Slow
Faster than adagio
A slow bowing with slight separation
Short and extreme rapid strokes on one note
Bounce lightly upon the string

Italian Terms Crossword

Italian Terms Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Return to the previous tempo
Getting faster
Very slow
At the performer's liberty
Lively, rather quick
Rather slow
Animated
In a singing style
With motion
With spirit
With fire
With grace
With brilliance
Gradually getting louder
Graceful
Slow and Broad
Smoothly
Light, Nimble, Quick
Majestically
Well marked
Strongly accented
Less motion
At a moderate pace
Heavy
little by little
Very quick
Playful
Robbed time
Quick
noisey
The first time
The original time
Sustained
as fast as possible
short and detatched
sweetly