Short and detached
smooth and connected
sharp or flat signs placed on the staff to show key
sign that lowers the pitch one half step
sign that raises the pitch one half step
loudness or softness (level of sound)
group of musicians performing together
2 or more tones sounding at the same time
a succession of musical tones; the tune
lowest male voice
highest male voice
lowest treble voice
highest treble voice
tonal distance between 2 notes
home tone of the scale; keytone
importance of one note over the others in a scale
pattern or collection of pitches
highness or lowness of a musical sound
number in the time signature that shows how many beats per measure
number in the time signature that shows what type of note gets 1 beat
two numbers stacked on each other that show the meter
section of music between 2 barlines
vertical line that divides the music into measures
long sounds, short sounds, silence
steady pulse of the music
graff of 5 lines and 4 spaces on which music is written
shows notes lower than middle C
grouping of treble staff and bass staff
two numbers stacked on each other to show the meter
shows the end of a section of music
Treble Clef's other name
Five lines and four spaces
One beat of sound
Volume (Loud and soft)
Note between Treble Clef and Bass Clef
Two beats of sound
Combination of sounds and silences
One half step higher
One half step lower
Main Tune of a Song
Words of a song
High and low sounds
More than one pitch at a time
Quality of sound that makes different things sound different
One beat of silence
Separates groups of beats
Between the bar lines
The lowest female voice part
The sign on the staff for lower pitches
To return to the sign and sing to the Coda
Two or more notes sounding together, usually in accordance with the Melody
The main tune of a piece of music
Moderately soft (mp)
Short and detached singing
The highest male voice part
The sign on the staff for higher pitches
The lowest male voice part
A short, added ending to a piece of music
How loud or how soft to sing
The Treble and Bass Clef read together, like with piano music
Smooth and attached singing
Moderately Loud (mf)
The highest female voice part
The speed of the music
Designates how many beats are in a measure, and what kind of note gets the beat
What are the five lines and four spaces where music is written?
What helps organize music on the staff?
Which Clef controls the high pitches?
What Clef controls the low pitches?
What do you create when you put the Treble Clef and Bass Clef together?
What do you call the oval shaped symbols that represent musical sound?
What is the order of the lines of the Treble Clef?
What is the order of the spaces of the treble clef?
What is the order of the lines of the bass clef?
What is the order of the spaces of the bass clef?
What divides the staff into equal parts?
What is found at the end of every piece of music?
What do you call the curved line that connects two pitches on the same line or space?
What do you call the curved line that connects two different pitches?
What tells you how many beats are in a measure and what note value gets the beat?
How many beats are in 4/4 time?
What note value gets the beat in 4/4?
What note value gets the beat in 4/1 time?
What note value gets the beat in 6/8 time?
How many beats are in 6/8 time?
How many beats are found in 2/4 time?
progressing by half steps
the distance between two notes in the chromatic scale
two half steps
raises the tone 1/2 step
lowers the tone 1/2 step
cancels a flat or sharp
raises the tone one whole step
lowers the tone one whole step
a sharp, flat, or natural occuring in the music
sharps or flats at the beginning of the staff showing the correct notes to play/sing
resume original tempo
mouth muscles used in controlling the sound of a wind instrument
extra lines and spaces that exist above or below the staff
tells how many beats per measure and what kind of note gets the beat
a section solo
one person plays/sings
rhythm with off-beats
the distance between two notes
three or more notes sounded at the same time
different notes sounded together
the main theme of a piece of music
everybody performs the same melody