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Music Masters Level 4-5
Notes & Rests
quarter note 1 beat
or eighth notes ½ beat each
half note 2 beats
whole note 4 beats
dotted half note 3 beats
sixteenth notes ¼ beat each
dotted quarter note 1 ½ beats
triplets 1/3 beat each 3
quarter rest 1 silent beat
whole rest 4 silent beats
half rest 2 silent beats
eighth rest ½ silent beat
Music Symbols & Vocabulary
time signatures or meter signatures
tempo the speed of music
D.C. Da capo go back to the beginning
D. S. Da Segno go back to the sign
the sign S
first and second ending 1. 2.
a musical sentence phrase
fbhfbh ermata ird’s eye old
flat lowers the pitch ½ step
sharp raises the pitch ½ step #
natural cancels out the sharps or flats
Pentatonic Scale 5-tone scale
p piano soft
f forte loud
pianissimo pp very soft
fortissimo ff very loud
mezzopiano mp medium soft
mf mezzoforte medium loud
crescendo getting louder
decrescendo getting softer
Name the Form A B
A Remember, each set of shapes represent a new song so you always start over with A. B C
Name the Form A A B
A A BB
Rondo Form AAAABCD
soprano high-pitched women’s (or boys unchanged voice)
alto low-pitched women’s (or boys unchanged voice)
tenor high-pitched men’s voice
bass low-pitched men’s voice
allegro very fast
moderato medium speed
andante medium slow
largo very slow
accelerando (acc.) getting faster
ritardando (rit.) getting slower
Study hard for your test
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harmony two or more different pitches sounding at the same time
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