Type
Word Search
Description

Guitar
Steady
Quarter Note
Eighth Note
Recorder
Ukulele
Pattern
Cajones
Rhythm
Beat
Ostinato
Djembe
Music

Music - Rhythm and Drumming Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Africa
Beats
Communication
Djembe
Dotted Half Note
Double Bell
Eighth
Gathering Drum
Half
Measure
Music
Note
Performing
Quarter
Rest
Rhythm
Rhythm Sticks
Shekere
Silences
Sixteenth
Sounds
Talking Drum
The Bell
Time Signature
Triplet
Tubano
Whole

Music Theory Terminology Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

RITARD
TIE
RHYTHM
MARCATO
LENTO
HARMONY
DYNAMICS
DIMINUENDO
BAR
CADENCE
BEAT
WHOLE STEP
HALF STEP
TRANSPOSE
TIME SIGNATURE
KEY SIGNATURE
FLAT
SHARP
NATURAL
SCALE
STACCATO
TENUTO
MOUTHPIECE
BRASS
PERCUSSION
WOOD WIND
TENOR
ALTO
SOPRANO
CLEF
TREBLE
BASS
OCTAVE
REPEAT
CAESURA
FERMATA
BREATH MARK
CHORD
INTERVAL
INTONATION
TONE
PITCH
MIDDLE C
LEDGER LINE
STAFF
BARLINE
STEM
FLAG
SIXTEENTH NOTE
FORTISSIMO
FORTE
MEZZO FORTE
MEZZO PIANO
PIANO
PIANISSIMO
DECRESCENDO
CRESCENDO
EIGHTH NOTE
QUARTER NOTE
REST
HALF NOTE
WHOLE NOTE

Music 1 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

eighth notes
drums
staff
general music
band
choir
classroom participation
south middle
off and away
bellringer
south bucks
bar line
measure
ferrone silencer
beat
rhythm
west side story
bass clef
tempo
guitar
high school musical
the music man
time signature
fiddler on the roof
musical
whole rest
quarter note
flat
sharp
treble clef

Elements of Music Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

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

Rhythm and Tempo Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Unchanging Continuous Pulse Steady Beat
Define the amount and type of notes in each measure Time Signatures
receives 4 beats Whole Note
Receives 2 beats Half Note
receives 1 beat quarter note
receives half a beat eighth note
the speed of the music tempo
walking tempo andante
fast tempo allegro
slow tempo largo

Rock 'n' Roll Music Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

smoke on the water
buddy holly
syncopation
coda
ostinato
riff
rap
piano
introduction
chorus
verse
african
rhythm and blues
jazz
chords
vocals
rhythm guitar
lead guitar
instrumental
middle eight
chubby checker
crowded house
heavy rock
rock around the clock
drum kit
back beat
wahwah
distortion
bass guitar
alternative rock
surf rock
silverchair
bill haley
elvis presley
johnny okeefe
twelve bar blues

Music Appreciation Vocabulary Quiz 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the structure of a song form
the type of song with a leader singing or playing and the group responding callandresponse
basic rhythmic pattern played as foundation for more complex patterns clave
recurring pulse beat
"beats per minute" bpm
organized series of musical tones melody
highness or lowness of sound pitch
music with parts entering at different times with the same melody canon
worth four beats whole note
worth 2 beats half note
note worth 1/2 of a beat eighth note
worth 1/4 a measure quarter note
the distinguishing tone or quality of a note timbre
the speed or pace of a song tempo

Music Terminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a creative work, especially a poem or piece of music composition
a sequence of single notes that is musically satisfying; a tune melody
a continually repeated musical phrase or rhythm. ostinato
a strong, regular repeated pattern of movement or sound rhythm
the representation of music through the use of visual symbols graphic notation
short melodic phrase repeated throughout a composition, Melodic ostinato
short melodic phrase repeated throughout a composition, sometimes slightly varied or transposed to a different pitch rhythmic ostinato
orchestrate or arrange (a piece of music), typically for a specified instrument or instruments score
the quality of a sound governed by the rate of vibrations producing it; the degree of highness or lowness of a tone pitch
a note having the time value of an eighth of a semibreve or half a crotchet, represented by a large dot with a hooked stem. quaver
a note having the time value of two minims or four crotchets, represented by a ring with no stem. It is the longest note now in common use. semibreve
a note having the time value of two crotchets or half a semibreve, represented by a ring with a stem. minim
a note having the time value of a quarter of a semibreve or half a minim, represented by a large solid dot with a plain stem. crotchet
(especially in church music) the highest adult male singing voice (sometimes distinguished from the countertenor voice as using falsetto). alto
the highest singing voice. soprano
lowest singing voice base
a singing voice between baritone and alto or countertenor, the highest of the ordinary adult male range. tenor

Music Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Steady Pulse Beat
Speed Tempo
Musical Color Tone
Treble Clef's other name Gclef
Five lines and four spaces Musical Staff
One beat of sound Quarter note
Volume (Loud and soft) Dynamics
Note between Treble Clef and Bass Clef Middle C
Two beats of sound Half Note
Combination of sounds and silences Rhythm
One half step higher Sharp
One half step lower Flat
Main Tune of a Song Melody
Organized Sound Music
Words of a song Lyrics
High and low sounds Pitch
More than one pitch at a time harmony
Causes sound Vibration
Quality of sound that makes different things sound different Timbre
Written Music Notation
One beat of silence Quarter Rest
Separates groups of beats bar Line
Between the bar lines Measure

5th Grade Music Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

two or more different pitches heard at the same time harmony
three or more different pitches played at the same time chord
ideas that can be owned and registered with a copyright, patent or trademark intellectual property
creates a happy or more cheerful mood in the music MAJOR
creates a more serious or sad mood in the music minor
gradually get faster accelerando
gradually get slower ritardando
a symbol that means play the note louder, so that it stands out from the others accent
notes played with a smooth, connected sound legato
a dot placed above or below a note which means the note should be played short and detached staccato
equals three eighth notes dotted quarter note
a note equaling one eighth of a whole note, or half of a beat eighth note
a silence in the music equal to one eighth note eighth rest
4 of these notes together equal one beat sixteenth notes
a single eighth note followed by a quarter note and then another eighth note creates this type of rhythm syncopation
a symbol that raises the pitch by one half step sharp
a symbol that lowers the pitch by one half step flat
a symbol that cancels the sharp or flat that came before it natural
two of the same pitches joined by a curved line and held for the full value of both notes tie
a short melody or rhythm that repeats and varies throughout a piece of music motif
stories that are told on stage through songs, dance, and spoken dialogue musical theater
a group of musicians, actors, or dancers who perform together ensemble
a type of instrument that uses a computer to create sound digital
a type of instrument that does not need electricity to amplify sound acoustic
a type of instrument that uses an electric amplifier electric
in 4-part harmony, the highest voice range; usually sung by a child or adult female soprano
in four-part harmony, the voice range just below soprano; usually sung by a child or adult female alto
in 4-part harmony, the voice range that is just above bass; usually sung by an adult male tenor
n four-part harmony, the lowest voice range; sung by an adult male bass