5Tone ColourTone color is described by words like bright, dark, brilliant, mellow, and rich.Tone colors can create different moods. Specific instruments can reinforce a melodies emotional impact: the brilliant sound of a trumpet is suited to heroic or military tunes; the soothing tone color of a flute fits the mood of a calm melody.
6DurationThe length of time a musical sound lasts.
7Elements of MusicRhythm, Melody, Harmony, Key, Texture, Form.
8Rhythm Is the flow of music through time. Rhythm has several aspects: beat, meter, accent and syncopation, and tempo.Beat - Is the basic unit of time in musicMetre - A rhythm determined by the number of beats and the time value assigned to each note in a measure.Syncopation/Accent – Simply it is a general term for a disturbance or interruption of the regular flow of rhythm; a stop where normally it wouldn’t beTempo - the speed music is suppose to be played at
9MelodyAfter hearing a piece of music, we usually remember its melody best. The melody is usually the part that you will hum after the music finishes.
10Harmony- Harmony is the use of different pitches (tones, notes), or chords at the same time.-A chord is a combination of three or more tones sounded at once.
11KeyKey refers to the presence of a central note, scale, and chord within a piece.For example on a piano there are 7 basic keysC-D-E-F-G-A-B
12Texture- When you describe the texture of a piece of music, you are describing how much is going on in the music at any given moment.-Texture is the way the melodic, rhythmic, and harmonic materials are combined in a composition.
13FormEvery piece of music has an overall plan or structure, the "big picture", so to speak. This is called the form of the music.