Type
Word Search
Description

italian
instamental
technique
musical
length
wrist
arm
sound
wiggle
string
pitch
tremulant
tremolo

Elements of Music Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

regular rhythmic pattern Beat
rhythmic patterns grouped together Meter
the volume of the music Dynamic
soft Piano
loud Forte
moderately soft Mezzo piano
moderately loud Mezzo forte
a combination of notes played together Harmony
the lowness or highness of a sound Pitch
we hear with this Ear
created when an object vibrates Sound
placement of sounds in time & beats in music Rhythm
a pattern of sound & silence Music
religious Sacred
nonreligious Secular
not pleasing to the ear Noise
music terms are written in this language Italian
how slow or fast the music should be played Tempo
the number of layers of sound Texture
a single melody Monophonic
two or more melodies Polyphonic
a melody accompanied by chords Homophonic
the quality of sound that distinguishes one voice or instrument from another Timbre
characteristics of music Elements
a person who writes music Composer
to write music Compose
music written by a composer Composition

Sound Science Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Sound generally travels most efficiently in liquid or solid? solid
Sound generally travels more efficiently in _________ materials rather than non-dense materials. dense
Amplitude, frequency, and length are characteristics of a ________. wave
String telephones work because ________ is denser than air and the string and cup focus the sound waves in one direction. string
Higher frequency results in a higher musical ________. note
The height of a wave is called its __________. amplitude
The movement sound creates on an object is called ___________. vibration
True or false, you can hear sound in space? false
Sound waves must have a _________ in which to travel. medium
_________ is another word for a musical note. pitch
Wave ________ is measured in meters per second. speed
The _______ of a wave is the number of waves passing a point in a certain period of time. frequency
In which medium does sound travel more efficiently - air or water? water
Sound waves _________ up when moving from air to water, but their frequency remains constant. speed
As the amplitude of a sound wave increases, the sound becomes ________. louder
Sound cannot be heard in the absence of ___. air

Musical Terms Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

instrument
song
tenor
alto
music
piano
treble
key signature
tune
style
musical
sound
play
lyrics
composers
baritone
soprano
modern
verse
classical
pop
jazz
voice
choir
melody
rhythm
harmony
fortissimo
crescendo
notes
beats
bass
forte
dynamic
sharp
pitch
tempo
duration
clef
articulation

The String Family Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Amati
biggest
black
blue
bow
bridge
cello
concertmaster
double bass
fingerboard
four
front
harp
horse hair
Italy
pedals
pegs
pizzicato
red
rosin
Stradavari
strings
tailpiece
vibrato
viola
violin
wood

Instruments and Music Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a stringed musical instrument of treble pitch Violin
a member of a family of metal wind instruments with a single-reed mouthpiece, used especially in jazz and dance music. Saxophone
a musical instrument, roughly triangular in shape, consisting of a frame supporting a graduated series of parallel strings, played by plucking with the fingers Harp
a thing designed to be put in or against the mouth Mouthpiece
a notation representing the pitch and duration of a musical sound Note
a brass musical instrument with a flared bell and a bright, penetrating tone. The modern instrument has the tubing looped to form a straight-sided coil, with three valves. Trumpet
a strong, regular, repeated pattern of movement or sound Rhythm
a cylindrical mechanism in a brass instrument that, when depressed or turned, admits air into different sections of tubing and so extends the range of available notes. Valve
a large tuba that encircles the player's body and has a bell facing forwards Sousaphone
a stick which is strung with hair. It is used to pull across the strings of a string instrument such as a violin, viola, cello or double bass. Bow
an instrument that is second lowest in pitch in its family. Baritone
woodwind instrument having a straight cylindrical tube with a flaring bell and a single-reed mouthpiece, played by means of finger holes and keys Clarinet
a large keyboard musical instrument with a wooden case enclosing a soundboard and metal strings Piano
a stringed musical instrument with a fretted fingerboard, typically incurved sides, and six or twelve strings, played by plucking or strumming with the fingers or a plectrum Guitar
a melody, especially one that characterizes a certain piece of music. Tune

Sound Energy Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

eardrum
energy
gas
liquid
loud
pitch
soft
solid
sound
strings
tight
travel
vibration
vocal chords
volume

WAVES, SOUND, AND LIGHT Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

amplitude
decibel
diffraction
doppler effect
echo
electromagnetic wave
frequency
interference
longitudinal wave
medium
pitch
reflection
refraction
resonance
sound wave
standing wave
transverse wave
wave
wave length
wave speed

CORRECT KEYBOARDING TECHNIQUE Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

EXCELLENT
BUSINESS
PRACTICE
TAP
STRIKE
HOVER
CORRECT
STRAIGHT
MONITOR
SCREEN
EFFECTIVENESS
ACCURACY
SPEED
COPY
EYES
POSTURE
FEET
BACK
ARMS
CURVED
ENTER
SPACEBAR
THUMB
FINGERS
WRISTS
ELBOWS
HOMEROW
KEYBOARD
TECHNIQUE

Mrs. Madeline’s Homework Vocal Music Terms Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Round
Bass
Tenor
Alto
Soprano
Scale
Support
Diaphragm
Rhythm
Tempo
Bridge
Chorus
Verse
Unison
Harmony
Melody
Falsetto
Vibrato
Pitch
Chest voice
Head voice

Guitar make-up Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a small piece of plastic that protects the guitar from getting weathered by the pick while strumming. Pick guard
metal strips embedded along the fretboard and located at exact points that divide the scale. Frets
an extension of the body that hold the strings and frets in place so that you can push down the strings to make notes. Neck
string vibration is transmitted through the bridge and saddle to the body via sound board. Body
fitted with machine heads that adjust the tension of the strings, which in turn affects the pitch. Headstock
coil strung across the body, neck, and headstock. Typically 6 with different widths and different pitches. Strings
a small strip of bone, plastic, brass, corian, graphite, stainless steel, or other medium-hard material, at the joint where the headstock meets the fretboard. Nut
transducers attached to a guitar that detect (or "pick up") string vibrations and convert the mechanical energy of the string into electrical energy. Pickups
transfers the vibration from the strings to the soundboard Bridge
the part of the bridge that physically supports the strings. Saddle
made to hold a guitar via the shoulders. Guitar strap
computerized guitars programmed to tune themselves Self-tuning guitars
clipped onto the fretboard and used to change the pitch of open strings. Capo
used in blues and rock to create a glissando or "Hawaiian" effect. slides
the strings tuned from a low E, to a high E, traversing a two octave range—EADGBE. Standard tuning
electric guitars are fitted with a vibrato and pitch bend device known as a___________. Whammy bar
visual elements set into the exterior surface of a guitar. Inlays
a metal rod that runs along the inside of the neck. Used to correct changes to the neck's curvature caused by aging of the neck timbers, changes in humidity, or to compensate for changes in the tension of strings. Truss rod
the point at which the neck is either bolted or glued to the body of the guitar. "Heel"
allow the player to control some aspects of the sound like volume or tone using knobs, switches, or buttons. Electronics