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6. Articulation means...

  • how to ply the melody
  • how to play the harmony
  • how to play the trill

7. ff

  • mezzoforte-fairly loud
  • fortissimo-very loud
  • pianissimo-very quiet
  • piano-quiet

8. >

  • Diminuendo-getting quieter
  • Crescendo-getting louder

9. What does an Accent do?

  • tells you not to play anote
  • tells you to emphasise the a note
  • tells you to quietly play a note

10. Sforzando

  • fit the melody
  • sudden strong accent
  • to fit the harmony
  • short and detatched

11. What form is Ternary

  • A B A
  • A B B A A C
  • A B A A

12. Staccato means to...

  • play short and detatched
  • sudden strong accent
  • swap between to notes quickly

13. What is Disjunct?

  • Follows a sequence
  • Leaps in the melody
  • No leaps in the melody
  • Uses notes of a harmony

14. What is EXPOSITION?

  • where the composer repeats the peice of music
  • Where the composer presents the tunes they are going to use
  • when the music is put into different keys or developed

15. What's reverb?

  • makes the sound shorter
  • adds an echo to the sound
  • adds a harmony to the sound

16. What is a chorus

  • creates a whooshing effect
  • creates a slightly delayed copy of the original sound and combines the two making it sound like there's more than one player
  • creates octaves above or below the note being played

17. What is Conjunct?

  • follows the order of a particular scale
  • Notes in a melody move step by step no leaping like octaves
  • Leaps in the melody
  • a melodic phrace

18. Turn

  • swap nce to next highest note. then back to originl. then next highest note. then back to original.
  • One note higher. Then back to orih=ginal. Then one note lower. Then back to original.
  • One note higher. then back to original. then one note higher. then one note lower.

19. f

  • mezzoforte-fairly loud
  • forte-loud
  • fortissimo-very loud

20. Lower Mordent Means...

  • swap once with next lowest note
  • swap once with next highest note