Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Swung Beat
Straight Beat
5/4
4/4
5/8
Allegro
Moderato
Major
Minor
Homophonic
Polyphonic
Smooth & smoky
Sharp & pointy
Mostly on beat
Mostly syncopated
Andante

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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

Dynamics and Tempos Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

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

Music Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

space between the notes Staccato
fast tempo Allegro
connects 2 or more pitches in the same bow stroke Slur
to play in tune Intonation
moderately loud MezzoForte
distance between 2 notes Interval
gradually increase volume Crescendo
a medium tempo Moderato
gradually slow the tempo down Ritardando
smooth and connected sound legato
to hold longer Fermata
gradually decrease the volume Decrescendo
slow walking tempo Andante
curved line that connects 2 of the same notes Tie
moderately soft MezzoPiano
Loud Forte

Music Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

accelerando
adagio
allegro
andante
arco
bass
bassoon
bongos
cello
clarinet
coda
crescendo
cymbals
decrescendo
drum
flat
flate
flute
forte
french horn
harp
harpsichord
improvise
jazz
major
marimba
minor
natural
oboe
piano
pizz
portato
rock
round
saxophone
sharp
slur
tambourine
tie
triplet
trombone
trumpet
tuba
tympani
viola
violin
xyolphone

BAND Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

intonation
beatles
perfection
adjudicate
allegro
andante
bach
band
bass
bassoon
beethoven
clarinet
coltrane
determination
director
ensemble
flute
focus
handel
haydn
horn
jazz
ledzeppelin
maestro
march
marimba
nirvana
oboe
orchestra
pepband
percussion
practice
presto
ruff
saxophone
sousa
stevensville
syncopation
treble
trombone
trumpet
tuba
work
xylophone
yellowjacket

Tempo and Articulation Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Smooth and connected Legato
Very fast Presto
Short Staccato
Very slow and solemn Grave
Moderate speed Moderato
Played extremely separated and distinct Staccatissimo
Walking speed Andante
Held out with pressure Tenuto
Fast bow stroke that creates a short sound Martele
Slow and easy Adagio
Majestic and stately Maestoso
Broadly and faster than largo Larghetto
A little bit faster than andante Andantino
Half of legato and staccato Portato
Fast and lively Allegro
Hard attack Marcato
Stressed attack Accent
Curved line connecting two or more different notes in one bow stroke Slur
Very slow and broadly Largo
Slow Lento
Faster than adagio Adagietto
A slow bowing with slight separation Loure
Short and extreme rapid strokes on one note Tremolo
Bounce lightly upon the string Spiccato

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

Music Dynamics and Tempi Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

quiet/softly; p piano
"as quietly as possible"/softest; pp pianissimo
loud/strongly; f forte
loudest/strongest; ff fortissimo
medium soft; mp mezzo piano
medium loud; mf mezzo forte
getting increasingly louder: < crescendo
getting increasingly quieter; > decrescendo
increasingly faster accelerando
increasingly slower ritardando
fast, quickly, and bright allegro
at a moderate speed moderato
broadly/ "slowly" largo
at a walking pace andante

Musical Terms Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

bracket
double barline
adagio
andante
moderato
allegro
presto
tempo
sharp
simple duple
dynamics
time signature
quaver
dotted crotchet
dotted minim
slur
tie
simple triple
staccato
grand stave
common time
barline
staff
stave
treble clef
bassclef
pitch
rest
semibreve
minim
crotchet
Notes

Choir Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

very fast presto
more molto
moderately slow andante
at ease,leisurely in tempo adagio
moderately fast allegretto
quickly and cheerfully allegro
moderately moderato
slowly lento
lively and fast vivace
very slow largo
a stretched or broadened tempo rubato
to be silent/cut out of the piece tacet
used to indicate that all musicians should play/sing tutti
suddenly subito
strong accent that gradually increases in volume crescendo
majestic maestoso
to emphasize a note by deliberately holding it for its full duration tenuto
to add intensity to a note, usually through increased volume accent
return to a original tempo a tempo
less meno
more molto
little by little poco a poco
unaccompanied choral music a capella
give permission to improvise over a melody ad lib.
gradually get louder cresc.
gradually get softer decresc.
gradually get faster accel.
gradually get softer rit.
hold until the conductor cuts you off fermata
short and detached staccato
smooth and connected legato
the beginning of the piece da capo
indicates where the musician is to return dal segno
a point in the music in which the musician will skip, often at the end of the song coda
group of singers often the term interchangeable with choir chorus