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Word Search: Singer’s Vocabulary
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ARTICULATION
DIMINUENDO
PITCH
BREATH MARK
DIPHTHONG
RANGE
BRIDGE
ENUNCIATION
SCALE
CHORUS
LYRICS
STACCATO
CRESCENDO
MEASURE
TEMPO
DECRESCENDO
PHRASE
VERSE
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Word Search: Singer’s Vocabulary
Answer Key
Articulation—The action of the
Pitch—The relative highness or lowness
speech organs in the formation of
of a tone, as measured in its vibrations
consonants and vowels.
per second. It is also a single musical
Breath mark—A comma in between
note.
music notes to indicate places for
Range—The span of notes from lowest
singers to breathe.
to highest of a singer’s voice or a piece
Bridge—The transitional section of a
of music.
song, different than verse and chorus
Scale—A specific sequence of tones,
sections. It is usually positioned right
beginning and ending on a key note or
before the return of the final chorus
the tonal center.
section of a song.
Staccato—Notes marked with a dot
Chorus—1. A group of singers who sing
above or below mean to be sung
together. 2. A section of a song that
quickly and lightly.
always uses the same melody and
Tempo—The speed of a piece of music in
lyrics.
terms of beats per minute.
Crescendo—A gradual increase in
Verse—A section of a song that keeps
volume.
the same melody, but changes lyrics as
Decrescendo—A gradual decrease in
the song progresses.
volume.
Diminuendo— A gradual
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decrease in volume.
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Diphthong—Double vowel
sound, such as the “oi” in
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voice.
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Enunciation—The
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pronunciation of words
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clearness.
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Lyrics—The words to a song.
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Measure—Also called a bar. A
unit of musical time, usually
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composed of two, three or
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four beats. The first beat is
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almost always accented.
Phrase—A natural division of
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the melodic or lyrical line,
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