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VOCABULARY LIST 2009
You will be quizzed on these words as they are grouped. It is your responsibility to be
ready for these quizzes. Quizzes begin on Monday, 2/9/09 and will take place on
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
2/9
2/11
2/12
2/18
2/19
2/20
Bass Clef
Treble Clef
Grand Staff
Staff
Ledger Line
Sharp
Flat
Natural
Accidental
Enharmonic
Solfeggio
Repeat Sign
Pianissimo
Piano
Mezzo Piano
Mezzo Forte
Forte
Fortissimo
Rallantando
Accelerando
Allegro
Vivace
Andante
Adagio
Largo
Moderato
Legato
Staccato
Fermata
Tenuto
Tie
Slur
Accent
Sforzando
Drawn with middle C at the TOP
Drawn with middle C at the bottom.
Treble and Bass clefs drawn together
The set of five lines and four
spaces on which music is
written.
Extends the staff for a note
that is too high or low for it.
Raises a note ½ step
Lowers a note ½ step
Cancels out a sharp or a flat
A sharp, flat or natural, NOT in the key
signature
Notes that sound the same
but spelled differently.
Universal music syllables
Do,Re,Mi
Return to the previous repeat sign, OR back
to the beginning.
Very Soft
Soft
Moderately Soft
Moderately Loud
Loud
Very Loud
Gradually Slower
Gradually Faster
Quickly, Cheerful
Lively, Fast
Walking Speed
Slow
Very Slow
Moderately
Smooth and Connected
Detached and Separated
Hold longer than written
Hold for full value
Connects two notes that are the
same and adds the values together.
Connects two notes that are
different and says to move
smoothly between them.
A note played or sung with special
emphasis.
Sudden strong accent