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The distance between two bar lines is A measure
The distance between two pitches is Interval
The volume of the music is Dynamics
To gradually get louder is Crescendo
“Piano” means (not the instrument) soft
The person who takes a song and adds to or changes it Arranger
The person who writes the song Composer
The ending (or tail) section of the music Coda
A ____________ separates music into measures. Bar line
Using consonants to clearly pronounce the words of a song Diction
How high or low a note is Pitch
A musical sentence is A phrase
The speed of the music is Tempo
The highest male voice part is Tenor
The middle male voice part is Baritone
The highest part of any changed male voice is Falsetto
“Forte” means Loud
To gradually get softer Decrescendo
Name the letter of the note: G
Name the syllable of the second pitch. Re
Name the syllable of the second pitch. Mi
Name the syllable of the second pitch. Fa
Name the syllable of the second pitch. Sol
Name the syllable of the second pitch. La
Name the syllable of the second pitch. Ti
Name the syllable of the second pitch. Do
The distance between two pitches is Interval. The volume of the music is Dynamics.
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The Elements of Music Basic Terms to Understand as a Song Leader.
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