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  1. September 6, 2012 CLEF Treble Clef – Indicates the G line Bass Clef – Indicates the F line

  2. Dynamics September 7, 2012 • Dynamics means if the music is loud or soft • Example: In the Star Spangled Banner where it is soft then the part about rockets gets loud. Avery Witt

  3. Accelerando Gradually increasing in speed. To accelerate in speed slowly You use it in music to increase the speed of the song, which also changes the way the song is sung. September 11, 2012 Hannah Arbeiter

  4. September 12, 2012 Encore A piece of music played at the end of a recital or concert responding to the audiences enthusiastic reaction to the performance, shown by continuous applause. Encore is a repeated performance of an item at the end of a concert. In my own words encore is a repeated performance. Encore is used in music because it is a performance at the end. Clarissa Perr

  5. Expressionism Representing Picture: Definition: A school of German music at the   beginning of this century, often atonal and violent in style, as a means of evoking heightened emotions and expressing states of mind.  My Own Definition: The emotional quality in music Breanna Clara Mathews <3 September 13, 2012

  6. Harmony September 17, 2012 Harmony is the combination of simultaneously sounded musical notes to produce chords and chord progressions with a pleasing effect. In my words harmony is when a group of people sing together and it fits together and sounds good. Harmony is used in music by trying to fit the voices together to make it sound good. By: Kristina Gemoll

  7. Medley- a piece of music combining tunes or passages from various sources September 18, 2012 A booklet of music with various musical selections. Savanna Meadows

  8. Beat Definition- A Musical Beat is an essential element of rhythm and tempo. How it’s used in music- a regularly occurring interval of time metered music used to subdivide each measure. Also usually felt as a consistent pulse. My own definition- Beat is what makes music stand out. September 19, 2012 By: Desiree Madigan

  9. Piano <3 Definition- Musical instrument in which felt-covered hammers, operated from a keyboard, strike metal strings. How it’s used in music- The piano is widely used for jazz and classical music for solo performances Also, a dynamic marking. P = piano = soft September 20, 2012 Paige Klawitter

  10. September 21, 2012 Slur A slur is a line that connects multiple notes so they blend together. It indicates a phrase is to be played legato. A slur connects two or more notes that have different pitches. Morgan Henning

  11. TEMPO: September 24, 2012 -A steady beat or rhythm is known as a tempo. The musical notes should be at a pace, making the music piece sound wonderful! -It’s used in music by determining how fast or slow the musical notes should be. -The speed at which a passage of music is or should be played. -The rate or speed of motion or activity. -Also known as: pace, rate, speed, time, velocity, beat , and rhythm. By: Anna Steppke

  12. The combination of parts at the same tempo or in octaves. UNISON Unison is when two people are singing or playing the same notes, at the same exact time. Unison can be applied in more than one way. In general terms, it may refer to two notes sounding the same pitch, often but not always at the same time; or to the same musical voice being sounded by several voices or instruments together September 25, 2012 Michaela Nickel

  13. September 26, 2012 Finale By: Alan Chaussee 1. The last piece, division, or movement of a concert, opera, or composition. 2. The concluding part of any performance, course of proceedings, the end.

  14. September 27, 2012 OPERA!!!! Opera is a part of music which is much like a musical, but is all singing and is usually in Italian or French. • An extended dramatic composition, in which all parts are sung to instrumental accompaniment, that usually includes arias, choruses, and recitatives, and that sometimes includes ballet. By: Sarah Faltz

  15. September 28, 2012 Phrase A single line of music played or sung. (a musical sentence) In music and music theory, phrase and phrasing are concepts and practices related to grouping consecutive melodic notes, both in their composition and performance. Caitlin Elliott

  16. October 1, 2012 Presto My definition for Presto is very fast music. Music in a very fast tempo. It is used in music by letting people know to sing fast. Acuestin Best

  17. October 2, 2012 RESONANCE It is used in music to check the quality of people’s voices when they go into the deeper level. The quality in a sound of being deep, full, and reverberating. Laker Anne Thrasher

  18. sharp Half a step up in pitch October 9, 2012 (of a tone) raised a chromatic half step in pitch: F sharp. b. above an intended pitch, as a note; too high ( opposed to flat). NOAH WILLIAMS

  19. is a set of five horizontal lines and four spaces that each represent a different musical pitch STAFF October 10, 2012 Faye Welke

  20. October 11, 2012 One of two or more parts in music. Voice refers to instrumental parts as well as the singing voice. Voice Singing The sound produced in a person's larynx and uttered through the mouth, as speech or song. Voice- the sound that comes out of your throat. Nicole Fritsche

  21. Classical October 12, 2012 The period of music history from the 1750 to 1850. The music was controlled and emotionally reserved. Mozart was among the most famous from this time period. Medieval – Baroque – Classical – Romantic - Contemporary Micheala Tollefson

  22. October 15, 2012 Romantic A period in history from 1825 -1900 where the focus shifted to an emotional, expressive, and imaginative style. Famous Composers: Shubert & Schumann Abigail Giuffre

  23. October 16, 2012 Key signature A key signature is a series of sharps or flats placed on a staff that tell you what notes are to be played sharp or flat in the music. Gabby Nuss Amber Wilson

  24. October 17, 2012 TRIPLET A group of three notes to be preformed in the time of two ordinary notes of the same kind Triplets are usually said as “trip-a-let” to show how to perform these notes. Though discussion over how triplet is actually pronounced has only two syllables not three so it can also be pronounced “Na-ne-na” By: Rebecca Thill

  25. A cappella Definition – The act of singing vocal music without instruments. Explanation – Singing without the help of musical instruments. October 18, 2012 Example – It is used in music to highlight the singers’ voices by removing the music so all you can hear is them. For certain songs this can achieve a better sound. We sometimes perform a cappella songs for choir concerts. Last year we sang “Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy”, which was very challenging without music to guide us. Justine Debish

  26. October 19, 2012 rhythm The element of music pertaining to time, played as a grouping of notes into accented and unaccented beats. The rhythm puts all the beats together. Tyler Tonyan

  27. October 29, 2012 Baroque • Time in music history ranging from the middle of the 16th to the middle of the 17th centuries. Characterized by emotional, flowery music; written in strict form. Bach was the most famous composer of the Baroque Time Period!

  28. Castrato • Generally used in the medieval period. • Male singers who were castrated to preserve their soprano and alto ranges. October 30, 2012

  29. Root • The principal note of a triad. The “root” of the chord. “Do” Do – Re – Mi – Fa – Sol – La – Ti – Do October 31, 2012

  30. Tonic • The primary note of a scale. Interchangeable with root. Do – Re – Mi – Fa – Sol – La – Ti – Do November 1, 2012

  31. Allegro • A direction to play lively and fast Interchangeable with Presto. November 2, 2012