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1 What is harmony?
1 Two or more parts sung or played at the same time. Home
2 What are dynamics?
2 The louds and softs in music.
3 What is melody?
3 Patterns of pitches.
4 What is unison?
4 Everyone singing or playing the same part.
5 How many beats does a quarter note get?
6 A keyboard instrument that a colonist may have brought with them from Europe.
6 A harpsichord.
7 Native Americans made their instruments out of what?
7 Natural Resources.
8 Polyrhythms are
8 Layers of rhythm.
9 A woodwind instruments produces sound how?
9 A vibrating reed or a vibrating column of air.
Music. Doppler The Doppler Effect –The pitch of a sound will be higher or lower if the source is moving toward or away from you –Sirens –Race Cars –Doppler.
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Musical Terms Instead of the usual handheld flashcards, I projected these from my computer. Easier to use, always stayed nice, and all students could see.
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How we talk about music Especially 20th century music.
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START 1. What does pitch mean? How the parts are put together How high or low a sound is The quality of a sound One melody or sound Homophonic How loud.
An instrument or voice can go higher or lower in __________ Harmony Imitation Syncopation Texture Rhythm Beat Fortissimo Pitch Tone Solo Duet Volume.
Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
BEATS AND RESONANCE Sections 9.3 and 9.4. Key Terms Beat Beat Frequency Resonant Frequency Resonance.
A musical sentence Texture Silence Dynamics Phrase Conductor Tonality Chord Accents Accompaniment Timbre Structure Melody.
High Frequency Words List A Group 1. the of and.
Chp 13 Sound and Music. What is sound? A sound wave is a wave of alternating high pressure and low pressure regions. Anything that vibrates in air creates.
Can you see?. I like him. When will we go? All or some.
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
If a Whole Note receives 4 beats Then a Half Note will receive? 2 Beats 3 Beats.
High-Frequency Phrases First 100 Words. The people.
Music Terms Game Feel free to add to the game by adding more terms and definitions! Please share your additions and send to
What is the purpose of learning musical elements? The importance of the basics of music education.
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