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accent
emphazize the note
allegro
fast bright tempo
andante
slow walking tempo
arpeggio
a sequence of notes from any scale
bar lines
divide the music staff into measures
bass clef
"F" clef used by trbs., bar, bsn. and tuba
beat
the pulse of music
blues
music form and style related to jazz
breath mark
take a deep breath after playing the note full value
chromatics
notes that are altered with sharps, flats and naturals
chromatic scale
sequence of notes in half steps
common time
another way to write 4
4
concert b flat
band tune note
crescendo
gradually increase volume
D.S. al Fine
Da Capo al Fine- play until D.C. al Fine. Go back to the beginning and play until fine
decrescendo
gradually decrease volume
dotted note
the dot adds half the value of the note
double bar
indicates the end of a piece of music
duet
composition for two players
dynamics
the volume of music
embouchure
position of the mouth on the mouthpiece
enharmonics
notes that are written differently but sound the same
fermata
hold the note longer, or until your director tells you to release it
1st and 2nd Endings
play the first ending the 1st time through. Then, repeat the same music skip the 1st ending and play the 2nd
flat
lowers the note and remains in affect the entire measure
forte
play loudly
half step
the smallest distance between two notes
harmony
two or more different notes played or sung at the same time
interval
the numerical distance between two notes
key signature
flats or sharps next to the clef that apply to entire piece
largo
very slow tempo
leger lines
add notes outside of the music staff