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Elements
Sound
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Note equal in value
to 1/4 that
of a whole note
Letters of the
Music Alphabet
Symbol at the
beginning of each line of
music
Speed of the Music
Italian word that
means “Loud”
The even division
of time that can be felt
when listening to music
What is a
Quarter Note?
What are
ABCDEF and G?
What is a
Clef?
What is Tempo?
What is Forte?
What is
Steady Beat?
The part of music
that can be sung or
hummed
Two or more
pitches sounding nice
together at the same time
Violin, Viola,
Cello & Bass
Drums & Cymbals
Trumpet,
Trombone,
French Horn, Tuba
Piccolo, Flute,
Clarinet, Saxophone,
Oboe, English Horn,
Bassoon
What is the
Melody?
What is the
Harmony?
What are the
String Instruments?
What are
Percussion Instruments?
What are Brass
Instruments?
What are
Woodwind Instruments?
Music that reflects
Popular Culture
Lively, syncopated
music played in small
ensembles and created by
African Americans in 20th
century
Rather large
keyboard instrument that
brought music into the
homes of many people
during the 19th century
The word we use to
categorize styles of music,
art, & literature
Classical composer
who began to lose his
hearing early in his life
Classical composer
who was a child prodigy
who died at the age of 35
What is
Pop Music?
What is
Jazz?
What is
A Piano?
What is
Genre?
Who was
Beethoven?
Who was
Mozart?