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p
soft
m
mezzo
f
forte
mp
mezzo piano
mf
mezzo forte
ff
fortissimo
pp
pianissimo
crescendo
gradually get louder
decrescendo
gradually get softer
spf
sforzando
beadgcf
order of flats
fcgdaeb
order of sharps
cantabile
in a singing style
C
Common time
C/
cut time
Dolce
sweetly
tr(squiggly line)
trill
unis.
unison- all play at the same time
Tempo 1
Play the same tempo as at the begginning of the piece
O+
Coda
Marcato
detatched playing
Duet
Two parts playing at the same time
Trio
Three parts playing at the same time
D.S. al Coda
go back to the sign
Accidental
Sharo, flat, or natural that appears in music that is not in the key signature
dotted half
3
dotted quarter
1.5
dotted hole
6
face
space notes
egbdf
line notes
Rit-Ritard
gradually slower and slower
Rall.-Rallentando
gradually slower
Accel.-Accelerando
gradually faster
A Tempo
Used after one of the above markings to indicate "resume"
origianl tempo
Accent
marked stress
Adaigo
slow
Allegro
fast
Andante
moderate walking tempo
Chromatic
consecutive half-steps
Coda
closing section
Divisi
divided parts
Fermata
a hold
Fine
the end
Moderato
moderatly
Presto
very fast
Soli
group or section solo
Staccato
detatched, seperated
Tutti
All play
Phrase
a musical sentence
Rehearsal Markings
The way measures are numbered ex: 1 or A
Fermatas
to hold a note longer than it's value, birds eye
Legato
Smooth and connected
Stacato
short and detatched
Solo
one person plays
tie
when two or more notes are tied together
balance and blend
Be sure that all parts are equal
Cadenza
a solo passage played with freedom