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Musical Terms Word Search

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Music Theory Terminology Word Search

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RITARD
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Music Word Search

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BASS

Choir Word Search

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Music Crossword

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A type of guitar Acoustic
A type of flute Bass
A violin and cello are played with a... Bow
The player needs to blow air into these instruments in order for them to produce sound Woodwind
The sound of this instrument is produced by the vibration of the player’s lips Brass
The sound from percussion instruments is produced by the vibration or... of the instruments surface Resonation
All music notes for all instruments sit on a line called the.../ ledger lines Stave
There are 12 basic ... that all instruments use Notes
The two main clefs that most instruments use are the bass and ... clef Treble
A accidental that raises a note up a semitone Sharp
Shows which notes are sharp or flat throughout the song Key signatures
Little symbols next to the notes Accidentals
Acoustic guitars don’t need to be plugged into an ... Amplifier
There is a variety of sizes and types of pianos: grand, ... and upright Baby grand
There are 4 types of saxophones: alto, tenor, ... and soprano Baritone
A popular instrument make Yamaha
The most common trumpet B flat
The cellist will rest the cello on the floor (on ...) End pin
An instrument that is larger than a violin and viola but is smaller than a double bass Cello
Like an electrical piano Keyboard
The “best friend” of a major scale Relative minor
The relative minor or G major E minor
There are 6 types of flutes: Bass, alto, tenor, ..., concert and treble Soprano
2 types of wood can be used to make a drum kit: birch and ... Maple
String instruments can be struck by a ... Hammer
Notes that are slashes are called ... equivalents Enharmonic
A basic chord is called a ... Triad
The second position of a basic triad 1st inversion
A symbol at the beginning of the piece that tells you what time the piece is in Time signature

Choir Terms Word Search

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quarter rest
half rest
whole rest
whole note
half note
eighth note
quarter note
bar line
measure
grand staff
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baritone
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repeat sign
fermata
ds
staff
bass clef
treble clef
sharp
flat
natural
piano
pianissimo
fortissimo
forte
mezzo forte
mezzo piano

Musical Word Search

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Alto
Bass
Beat
Chromatic
Clarinet
Classic
Crotchet
Duet
Dynamic
Flat
Flute
Guitar
Harmony
Key
Legato
Major
Minim
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Percussion
Performance
Piano
Rhythm
Saxophone
Semibreve
Semiquaver
Sharp
Sonata
Tenor
Trumpet
Tutti

Musical Vocabulary Word Search

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marching
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sixteenth note
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whole note
rhythms
notes
spaces
lines
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tuning slide
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neckstrap
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bells
marimba
xylophone
mallets
cymbals
snare
timpani
alto
tenor
baritone
piccolo
flute
oboe
french horn
trombone
percussion
tuba
trumpet
saxophone
clarinet

Musical Instruments Crossword

Type
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Description

Silver member of the woodwind family flute
A string instrument that can have four, six or twelve strings guitar
High-pitched brass instrument trumpet
A brass instrument that was used when hunting French horn
Largest and lowest member of the brass family Bass
A percussion instrument with many bars xylophone
This percussion instrument is named for its shape Triangle
A high sing voice for a woman soprano
A high singing voice for a man Tenor
A low singing voice for a woman alto
This woodwind is known for playing jazz music saxophone
This instrument has 88 keys. piano
A woodwind instrument with a double reed oboe
This percussion instrument makes a big CRASH cymbal
A brass instrument with a slide trombone
The person leading the group Conductor

Band Geek Crossword

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woodwind that doesn't use a reed Flute
it means keep playing for the rest of your days (or until the conductor cuts off) Hakuna ________ Fermata
the speed in which something in played Tempo
the combination of melody, harmony, and rhythm Music
the author of music composer
that note is to low, play it in the upper _______ octave
what's the football team doing on our field? (aka the best band) marchingband
a brisk tempo allegro
to play smooth and connected legato
some say "killer of ears" others say "tiny flute" piccolo
valved brass instrument that is in the upper octave Trumpet
a notation that tells you the duration and the pitch of a sound (ex. Bb) Note
woodwind single reed instrument that is usually black clarinet
an expression to play loud or loudly forte
an expression to play soft or quietly; a percussion instrument that uses black and white keys to play piano
valved low brass instrument played on bass clef tuba
a brass instrument that is played with a slide trombone
low double reed woodwind, usually somewhat uncommon bassooon
a direction to emphasize a note accent
flute, oboe, bassoon, clarinet, and piccolo are all part of what family woodwind
trumpet, baritone, and tuba are all apart of what family brass
2nd lowest valved brass instrument; some say tiny tuba baritone
to do again or more than once repeat
double reed woodwind that is in the upper octave and is similar to the clarinet oboe
a notation to play short, usually represented by a dot, "DIT" stacato
a single reed woodwind that is usually gold, soprano,alto,tenor,bari saxophone
traingle, marimba, snare drum are all part of what family percussion