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clarinet, oboe, saxophone woodwind
trumpet, baritone, french horn brass
the _________ are written on the staff notes
the "R" S.T.A.R.S rhythm
worth four beats whole note
when each instrument plays a different note and it combines harmoniously chord
when the note is slightly too high in pitch sharp
sharply detached or with space between notes staccato
a scale that plays every note in between the two octaves chromatic
used in clarinets and saxophones reed
going down in volume decrescendo
bass clarinets have _______ more keys than a clarinet when it can play a low "c" two
to play a note longer than its value fermata
higher than a flute piccolo
four four time is also known as ________ time common
what the conductor conducts with baton
the acronym for the notes in the spaces face
oboe use _______ reeds double
a dotted half note is worth _______ beats three
the speed of the music tempo

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Musical Vocabulary Word Search

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This word search contains the following answers:

marching
scales
metronomes
tuners
mouthpiece
sharps
flats
key signature
fermata
sixteenth note
eighth note
rests
quarter note
half note
whole note
rhythms
notes
spaces
lines
staff
bass clef
treble clef
bar line
measure
time signature
ligature
tuning slide
valves
neckstrap
reeds
bells
marimba
xylophone
mallets
cymbals
snare
timpani
alto
tenor
baritone
piccolo
flute
oboe
french horn
trombone
percussion
tuba
trumpet
saxophone
clarinet

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Band Geek Crossword

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This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

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

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Instruments of the Orchestra Crossword

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Highest sounding string instrument violin
Thin piece of wood used for clarinet or saxophone Reed
Buttons found on brass instruments valves
Woodwind instrument made of brass and not used in orchestras saxophone
full name of the largest string instrument Double Bass
Highest sounding double reed instrument Oboe
Kettle Drums Timpani
Round plates of brass hit together crash cymbals
Also called the hunting horn French Horn
silver woodwind instrument Flute
Sounds one octave higher than the flute Piccolo
Looks like a violin, but sounds slightly lower Viola
Highest sounding brass instrument Trumpet
Mallet instrument with wooden bars Marimba
Largest brass instrument Tuba
Lowest sounding woodwind Bassoon
Tool needed to play string instruments Bow
Person who leads a band or orchestra Conductor
Instrument played by Squidward Clarinet
What does the trombone have that the other brass instruments do not? Slide
Originally used in the military Snare Drum
Another name of the Euphonium Baritone
Instrument that uses fans to make notes sound like they are vibrating Vibraphone

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Music Theory Terminology Word Search

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RITARD
TIE
RHYTHM
MARCATO
LENTO
HARMONY
DYNAMICS
DIMINUENDO
BAR
CADENCE
BEAT
WHOLE STEP
HALF STEP
TRANSPOSE
TIME SIGNATURE
KEY SIGNATURE
FLAT
SHARP
NATURAL
SCALE
STACCATO
TENUTO
MOUTHPIECE
BRASS
PERCUSSION
WOOD WIND
TENOR
ALTO
SOPRANO
CLEF
TREBLE
BASS
OCTAVE
REPEAT
CAESURA
FERMATA
BREATH MARK
CHORD
INTERVAL
INTONATION
TONE
PITCH
MIDDLE C
LEDGER LINE
STAFF
BARLINE
STEM
FLAG
SIXTEENTH NOTE
FORTISSIMO
FORTE
MEZZO FORTE
MEZZO PIANO
PIANO
PIANISSIMO
DECRESCENDO
CRESCENDO
EIGHTH NOTE
QUARTER NOTE
REST
HALF NOTE
WHOLE NOTE

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The Music Crossword

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how loud or quiet the music is played dynamics
written in sharps, flats and naturals accidentals
stands at front of the band and keeps it in time conductor
how many beats in each bar time signature
how the notes are played key signature
the 5 bars that notes are placed on staff
how you form your mouth embouchure
lower clef bass clef
higher clef treble clef
note that is sharply detached or separated from the other notes staccato
smaller tuba baritone
bigger baritone tuba
drums and bells percussion
metal wind instruments with a single-reed mouthpiece, used especially in jazz and dance music. saxophone
notes that take up two beats half notes
a note that takes up four beats in a bar whole notes
note that takes up one beat in a bar quarter note
only instrement with a slide trombone
highest instrement in a concert band piccolo
people who play music musicians

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Music Theory Crossword

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Rythmic unit in music beat
A line above or below the range of a staff Ledger Line
The speed at which music should be played Tempo
A sequence of single notes that are musically satisfying Melody
Shown to emphasize a word or syllable Accent
A pattern of movement or sound Rythm
A symbol placed at the left-hand side of a staff Clef
A ccombination of three or more notes that blend harmonously Chord
The words of a song Lyrics
Fast tempo Allegro
Gradually louder Crescendo
Gradually Softer Decrescendo
Marks the end of a piece of music Double bar line
Area between two bar lines Measure
Cancels a flat or a sharp Natural
Shorten the note Staccato
5 lines, 4 spaces Staff
Everyone sings the same note Unison
Gradually slow the tempo Ritardando
A musical sentence Phrase

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Junior Choir Vocabulary Word Search

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accent
accompanist
alto
arpeggio
arranger
baritone
barline
bass
blend
breath support
choir
choreography
chromatic
clef
coda
composer
concert
count
crescendo
decrescendo
diction
diminuendo
duration
dynamics
eighth
ensemble
enunciation
fermata
forte
fortissimo
fun
half
harmony
lyrics
measure
melody
mezzo forte
mezzo piano
notation
note
performance
pianissimo
piano
pitch
projection
quarter
repeat
rest
rhythm
scale
section
sing
soft palate
solfege
soprano
staccato
staff
system
treble
voice
whole

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chorus Crossword

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~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

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CHOIR Word Search

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fun
decrescendo
crescendo
fermata
forte
piano
flat
sharp
clef
measure
lyrics
voice
diction
barline
arranger
composer
coda
section
rests
notes
staff
sing
concert
program
song
performance
ensemble
baritone
alto
soprano

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Brass and Woodwind Word Search

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This word search contains the following answers:

band
blues
jazz
Symphony
Orchestra
English Horn
baritone
Basoon
Flute
brass
clarinet
french horn
Instrument
music
oboe
piccolo
reed
saxophone
Trombone
Trumpet
tuba
valve
woodwind

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