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Music App Exam one

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Music App Exam one 1300

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Detailed notes for everything you need to know in music app exam one
Music Appreciation
Dr. Jessup
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Shay Notetaker on Wednesday September 14, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to 1300 at University of Texas at Arlington taught by Dr. Jessup in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Music Appreciation in Music at University of Texas at Arlington.


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Date Created: 09/14/16
Music 8.26.2016  Read part one in book on elements. Definistions  Pitch- Highness or lowness of sound  Dynamics- Degree of loud or soft the music is  Tone color (Timber) - different instruments designated preforming media  Voices – Range of such sounds distinctive to one person  Instruments – A mechanical tool or implement  Music form - structure of a piece of music  Music notation - system used to visually represent aurally perceived music played with instruments or sung by the human voice  Melody – Musical sounds in agreeable succession or arrangement  Harmony – A consistent, orderly, or pleasing arrangement of parts  Key - group of pitches, or scale upon which a music composition is created  Compositions- (Include) solo, bands, chamber groups, orchestra, quartet  Pizzicato - Plucking the strings  Two tone- Hits two strings with the bow  Vibrato- Pause  Mute- Soft sound Sounds  Interval – distant between two notes in a pitch  Octave – first and last note of an eight count  Range – difference between highest and lowest note Instruments  Strings – violin, viola, cello, double base  Brass- trombone, trumpet, French horn, tuba  Percussion – snare, base, tambourine, chimes  Keyboard – piano  Electric – guitar Dynamic   p or piano, meaning "soft  f or forte, meaning "loud".  mp, standing for mezzo­piano, meaning "moderately soft".  mf, standing for mezzo­forte, meaning "moderately loud"  pp, standing for "pianissimo" and meaning "very soft".  ff, standing for "fortissimo" and meaning "very loud". Singing Voices  Female-  Soprano  Mezzo- soprano  Contralto Male-  Countertenor  Tenor  Baritone  Bass 2


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