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Music Terms & Symbol Review
Decrescendo Gradually get softer
Mezzo Piano (Medium Soft)
Mezzo Forte Medium Loud
Flat Key Signature
Left Hand Pizzicato
Duration The longness and shortness of sound
Note A symbol that represents sound
Staff The 5 lines and 4 spaces upon which music is written
Tempo The speed of musical sound
Bass Clef Also called "F" clef, assigns lower pitches to the staff
Dotted Quarter Note
Volta Brackets (1 st & 2 nd Endings)
Ritardando Gradually slow down
Ottava Bassa (octave down)
Sharp Key Signature
Da Capo (Repeat To Beginning)
Crescendo (Gradually Louder)
Decrescendo (Gradually Softer)
Rest A symbol that represents silence
Time Signature Tells you: - How many beats per measure - The type of note that gets a beat
Piano (dynamic) Soft
Final Bar Line
Ledger Line A small line added above or below the staff
Treble Clef Also called "G" clef, assigns higher pitches to the staff
Pitch The highness and lowness of sound
Ottava Alta (octave up)
Clef A symbol that assigns pitches to the staff
Mezzo Forte (Medium Loud)
Double Bar Line
Mezzo Piano Medium Soft
Left Hand Pizzicato
Crescendo Gradually get louder
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