Music Concepts - Timbre and Dynamics

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Coloratura
Term for high, florid, vocal singing involving scales, runs and ornaments. Sometimes these passages were written down, but often were improvised by the performer.
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Concertino
n a concerto grosso a concertino is the small/solo group of instrumentalists as opposed to the main group (ripieno).
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Harmonies
The high eerie sounds produced on a bowed string instrument by lightly touching the string at certain points. On a guitar these sound bell-like.
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Ripieno
In Baroque music, especially concerto grosso, the ripieno is the main group of instrumentalists as opposed to the small/solo group which was known as the concertino.
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Tremolando
Rapid up and down movement of a bow on a stringed instrument, creating a trembling, quivering effect.
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n a concerto grosso a concertino is the small/solo group of instrumentalists as opposed to the main group (ripieno).

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Concertino

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The high eerie sounds produced on a bowed string instrument by lightly touching the string at certain points. On a guitar these sound bell-like.

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In Baroque music, especially concerto grosso, the ripieno is the main group of instrumentalists as opposed to the small/solo group which was known as the concertino.

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Rapid up and down movement of a bow on a stringed instrument, creating a trembling, quivering effect.

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