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music theory / vocal production Crossword

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A musical note lowered a semitone below natural pitch. flat
The space in which musical notes are written. measure
A symbol that establishes G a fifth above middle C as being on the second line of the staff trebleclef
Any sequence of regularly recurring functions or events. rhythm
A group of notes forming a distinctive sequence or tune. melody
To sing or play accurately (a note, interval, etc). pitch
The ratio of the frequencies of two sounds. interval
A sign consisting of two figures, one above the other, the upper figure representing the number of beats per bar and the lower one the time value of each beat. timesignatures
Pattern that is repeated immediately in the same voice but that begins on a different pitch class. sequence
Two or more sections of a song have similar music and different lyrics. stanza
A directive to perform a certain passage of a composition in a smooth, graceful, connected style, as opposed to staccato. It is often indicated by a slur over the effected notes or as an accent mark with a line over the notes to be performed in this manner. legato
A musical interval of two semitones. wholetone
A slow and solemn tempo marking, having between 40 and 60 beats per minute. largo
slow lento
To play an indicated note louder. dynamic accent
The simultaneous use of two or more different rhythmic patterns. Cross rhythm
A metrical pattern having three beats to a measure. triple
The duration of a note, or the relationship of the duration of the note to the measure. note value
A solo song within an opera or oratorio. Aria
A single melodic line with no other support. monophony

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