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Musical Terms & Signs Di
Hope You Can Enjoy Our introduction_!
Rest Crotchet Rest Quaver Rest Minim Rest Semi-brave Rest Please Open Your Book To P.95
Musical Terms P - Soft F - Loud Allegro - Fast Pizzicato - Plucked Presto - Very Fast Vivace – Quick, Lively Mf – Moderately Loud Dolce - Sweetly Largo – Broad, slow Andante - At a walking pace
Other Signs <> Repeat Sign – Repeat the section (Between the repeat signs) Crescendo (cresc.) : Gradually getting louder Decrescendo (decresc.) Gradually getting softer Fermata – Hold the note or rest longer Now, please turn to P.96
Musical terms for indicating moods and styles Animato - Lively Con Brio - With vigour Cantabile - In a graceful and sing style Dolce (dol.)- Sweetly, softly Passionato - With passion Pesante – Heavy and solid
This is a test time Q.1 What is this signs [ < ] name? Q.2 What is this signs [ > ] name? Crescendo. Decrescendo. Q.3 What is this signs [<] name? Gradually getting louder. Q.4 What is this used to? [ > ] Gradually getting softer
Q.5 What is [ PP ] mean? Very soft. Q.6 What is [ MP ] mean? Moderately soft. Q.7 What is [ F ] mean? Loud. Q.8 What is Dolce mean? Sweetly, softly. Q.9 What is Pesante mean? Heavy and solid.