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Chorus Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a high female voice soprano
a low female voice alto
a low male voice bass
a high male voice tenor
loud forte
soft piano
medium mezzo
the thing that separates measures barline
one unit of music (bar) measure
very fast presto
very slow largo
get louder crescendo
get softer decrescendo
the numbers that tell you how many beats are in a measure timesignature
short and detached stacatto
note receives its full value tenuto
sing this note forcefully accent
the written music score
the person who leads the ensemble conductor
your instrument voice

MUSIC NOTATIONS AND SYMBOLS Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

CRESCENDO
DECRESCENDO
STAFF
WHOLE NOTE
HALF NOTE
WHOLE REST
EIGHTH NOTE
QUARTER REST
HALF REST
TREBLE CLEF
BASS CLEF
SHARP
FORTE
FLAT
QUARTER NOTE
PIANO
STEADY BEAT
TIE
DANCE
STEM
HEAD
MOSES
MUSIC
SING

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Orchestra Musical Terms Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ACCELERANDO
ACCENT
ALLEGRO
ALTO CLEF
BASS CLEF
BOW LIFT
CRESCENDO
DIMINUENDO
DOTTED HALF NOTE
DOUBLE BAR LINE
DUET
DYNAMICS
FLAT
FORTE
HALF NOTE
KEY SIGNATURE
LEDGER LINE
MEASURE
NATURAL
PIANO
QUARTER NOTE
QUARTER REST
QUARTET
REPEAT
RITARDANDO
SHARP
STAFF
SUBITO
TREBLE CLEF
TRIO

Midterm Music Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The lowest female voice part Alto
The sign on the staff for lower pitches Bass Clef
To return to the sign and sing to the Coda DSalCoda
Loud (f) Forte
Two or more notes sounding together, usually in accordance with the Melody Harmony
The main tune of a piece of music Melody
Moderately soft (mp) MezzoPiano
soft (p) Piano
Short and detached singing Staccato
The highest male voice part Tenor
The sign on the staff for higher pitches Treble Clef
The lowest male voice part Bass
A short, added ending to a piece of music Coda
How loud or how soft to sing Dynamics
The Treble and Bass Clef read together, like with piano music GrandStaff
Smooth and attached singing Legato
Moderately Loud (mf) MezzoForte
The highest female voice part Soprano
The speed of the music Tempo
Designates how many beats are in a measure, and what kind of note gets the beat TimeSignature

Music Terms Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

tenor
bass
repeat
fermata
key signature
time signature
natural
soprano
alto
dotted quarter note
dotted half note
slur
tie
rest
sixteenth note
pianissimo
fortissimo
piano
forte
mezzo piano
mezzo forte
bass clef
treble clef
staff
accent
decrescendo
crescendo
eighth note
whole note
half note
quarter note
sharp
flat

Choir Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

beat
time signature
double bar line
key signature
grand staff
staff
bass clef
treble clef
decrescendo
crescendo
forte
mezzo forte
mezzo piano
piano
Dynamics

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

chorus Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

~highest in adult male voice ~the lowest in female alto
highest singing voices soprano
a note equivalent in time value to one half of a whole note half note
in a smooth, flowing manner, without breaks between notes legato
the range of a male voice between tenor and bass baritone
a group of singers who sing together chorus
a gradual increase in volume crescendo
a gradual decrease in volume decrescendo
the range of a voice between counter tenor and baritone. The second lowest part in a four-part arrangement. tenor
notes marked with a dot above or below mean to be sung quickly and lightly. staccato
the lines and spaces upon which musical notes are written to show high or low pitches. staff
a tone with either twice or half the frequency of another given tone, or eight "letter" tones span between such notes octave
a voice, instrument, or sound of the lowest range,in particular. bass
one or more vocalists performing without an accompaniment. a cappella
the period of music history which dates from the mid 1700's to 1800's. the music was spare and emotionally reserved, especially when compared to Romantic and Boroque music. classical
two or more voices or instruments playing the same note simultaneously. unison
the intonation, pitch, and modulation of a composition expressing the meaning, feeling, or attitude of the music. tone
a period in history dating from the 14th to 16th centuries. this period signified the rebirth of music, art, and literature. Renaissance
the frequency of a note determining how high or low it sounds. pitch
a symbol at the beginning of the staff defining the pitch of the notes found in that particular staff. clef

Choir Wordsearch: Edition 1

Type
Word Search
Description

alignment
alto
arranger
baritone
barline
bass
breathing
clef
composer
concert
crescendo
decrescendo
diaphragm
director
dynamics
ensemble
fermata
flat
forbidden pattern
forte
fun
larynx
legato
measure
mezzo forte
mezzo piano
note
performance
piano
posture
respect
rest
sharp
singing
solfege
song
soprano
staccato
staff
teamwork
tenor
tenuto

Choir Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the speed of the music tempo
how loud or soft the music is dynamics
loud forte
soft or quiet piano
hit the word/note accent
connects 3+ notes phrase
connects 2 notes of different pitches slur
connects two notes of the same pitch tie
grow louder crescendo
grow softer/quieter decrescendo
conducts the music director
gets 1 beat in 4/4 time quarternote
examples: 6/8, 4/4 timesigniture
2/2 cuttime
very loud fortissimo
very soft/quiet pianissimo
do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti, do solfege
separates measures bar line
hold the note as long as the director wants fermata
E,G,B,D, or F linenote
F,A,C, or E spacenote
slightly under the pitch flat
slightly above the pitch sharp
sings high, and usually has the melody soprano
girls that sing low, usually doesn't have the melody alto