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Cadences Countermelody Pedal / Inverted pedal Word setting Scales Major / Minor / relative Bending, flutter tonguing Chords Suspension, Tierce de Picardie Antiphonal Ornaments Leitmotiv Stretto Hemiola Diminuition / Augmentation Rubato Triplets Concerto Basso Continuo Double stopping Obbligato Classical, Baroque, Romatic Homophonic/Polyph onic
Voice types Tone row Unison/harmony Da capo aria Canon, Chaconne Irregular metres Chord progression Tritone/Microtone/Atonal Imitation / Sequence Compound time / simple time Pizzicato / arco / con legno / Tremolando / Harmonics Fugue Accents / Anacrusis Minimalist / Impressionist Vamp
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