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213 Cards in this Set

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Slow tempo
Adagio
Lively and fast tempo
Allegro
Slow pace
Lento
Moderate pace
Andante
Fast pace
Presto
Obligatory accompaniment
Obligato
Highest female voice
Soprano
Lowest female voice
Contralto
Male form of female contralto
Alto
Highest male voice
Tenor
Middle-ranged male voice
Baritone
Lowest male voice
Basso profundo
Artifical form of singing
Falsetto
Falsetto voice (higher than tenor)
Countertenor
Solo in an opera
Aria
Work for a solo instrument with an orchestra
Concerto
Light music played in the evening
Serenade
Combination of two or more notes
Chord
Study or solo instrument piece
Etude
Songs for solo voice or piano
Lieder
Night piece
Nocture
Piece written for the outdoors
Pastoral
Sacred musical composition
Oratorio
Main female singer
Prima Donna
Music by a soloist
Recital
Louis Armstrong instrument
Trumpet (jazz)
Jack Benny instrument
Violin
Dave Brubeck instrument
Piano
Pablo Casals instrument
Cello
Harry Connick, Jr. instrument
Piano
Chick Corea instrument
Piano
Van Cliburn instrument
Piano
John Coltrain instrument
(Soprano) saxophone
Miles Davis
Trumpet
Jacqueline Du Pre instrument
Cello
Maynard Ferguson instrument
Trumpet
Benny Goodman instrument
Clarinet
Lionel Hampton instrument
Vibraphone
David Helfgott instrument (for the movie Shine)
Piano
Jimi Hendrix
Fender Stratocaster guitar
Woody Herman
Clarinet
Buddy Rich
Drums
Vladimir Horowitz instrument (won 20 Grammys)
Piano
Harry James
Trumpet
Thomas Jefferson
Violin
Scott Joplin
Piano
Kenny G instrument
Saxophone
Liberace instrument
Piano
Franz Liszt instrument
Piano
Chuck Mangione instrument
Flugelhorn
Wynton Maralis instrument
Trumpet
Midori instrument
Violin
Ignace Paderewski instrument
Piano
Niccolo Paganini instrument
Violin
Itzhak Perlman instrument
Violin
Andres Segovia
Guitar
Doc Severinsen instrument
Trumpet
Isaac Stern
Violin
Lawrence Welk instrument
Accordion
Yo Yo Ma
Cello
Banana Boat Song
Harry Belafonte
In the Mood
Glenn Miller
This Land is Your Land
Woody Guthrie
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
Andrew Sisters
Alice's Restaurant
Arlo Guthrie
Johnny Angel
Shelly Fabares
Chances Are
Johnny Mathis
Unchained Melody (original)
Righteous Brothers
Tennessee Waltz
Patti Page
When I Fall In Love
Nat King Cole
Take the A Train
Duke Ellington
Crazy
Patsy Cline
Okie from Muskogee
Merle Haggard
Walking the Floor Over You
Ernest Tubb
Sixteen Tons
Tennessee Ernie Ford
Big Bad John
Jimmy Dean
Earth Angel
Penguins
Big Girls Don't Cry
Four Seasons
Georgia on My Mind
Ray Charles
Rock Around the Clock
Bill Haley
Rock Around the Clock
Bill Haley and the Comets
Woolly Bully
Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs
La Bamba (original)
Richie Valens
La Bamba (remake)
Los Lobos
Sherry
Four Seasons
Blue Velvet
Bobby Vinton
Sixteen Candles
Crests
Its My Party
Leslie Gore
This Guy is in Love With You
Herb Alpert
Downtown
Petula Clark
To Sir With Love
Lulu
El Paso
Marty Robbins
My Girls
Temptations
Just My Imagination
Temptations
Light My Fire (original)
Doors
Light My Fire (remake)
Jose Feliciano
MacArthur Park
Richard Harris
In the Year 2525
Zager and Evens
Convoy
CW McCall
Stand By Your Man
Tammy Wynette
Only the Lonely
Roy Orbison
Pretty Woman (original)
Roy Orbinson
Pretty Woman (Remake)
Van Halen
Paper Roses
Marie Osmond
Wild Thing
Trogs
Theme for Shaft
Isaac Hayes
Constant Craving
kd lang
Venus (original)
Shocking Blue
Venus (remake)
Bananarama
Bette Davis Eyes
Kim Carnes
Rhzthm is Gonna Get You
Gloria Estafan
Vision of Love
Mariah Carey
Achy Breaky Heart
Billy Ray Cyrus
My Maria
Brooks and Dunn
All I Want To Do
Sheryl Crow
Dark Side of the Moon (longest on the charts 741 weeks)
Pink Floyd
Thriller (47 million copies)
Michael Jackson
Chronic Album (top selling rap album as of 2001)
Dr. Dre
The Physical
Olivia Newton John
Fresh Horses
Garth Brooks
Music Box
Mariah Carez
Rumours
Fleetwood Mac
Blues Summit
BB King
Tapestry
Carole King
Born in the USA
Bruce Springsteen
Unplugged
Eric Clapton
Pieces of You (on the charts for 100 weeks)
Jewel
Bob Dylan bootleg album, 1966
Bob Dylan Live
Stardust songwriter
Hoagz Carmichael
I Dream of Jeannie songwriter
Stephen Foster
St. Louis Blues songwriter
WC Handy
Night and Day songwriter
Cole Porter
I'm Just Wild about Harry songwriter
Eubie Blake
Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head songwriter
Bert Bacharach and Hal David
Theme from Star Wars
John Williams
Theme from Pink Panther
Henry Mancini
Rolling Stones singer
Mick Jagger
Big Brother and the Holding Company singer
Janice Joplin
Stone Ponies singer
Linda Ronstadt
Cream singer
Eric Clapton
Animals singer
Eric Burton
Jethro Tull singer
Ian Anderson
Jefferson Airplane/Starship singer
Grace Slick
Miami Sound Machine singer
Gloria Estafan
Doors singer
Jim morrison
Faces singer
Rod Stewart
Sex Pistols singer
Sid Vicious
Blondie singer
Debbie Harry
Genesis singer
Phil Collins
Commodores singer
Lionel Richie
Aerosmith singer
Steve Tzler
Boomtown Rats singer
Bob Geldoff
Eurythmics singer
Annie Lennox
Queen singer
Freddie Mercury
Police Singer
Sting
U2 singer
Bono
Guns and Roses singer
Axl Rose
10000 Maniacs singer
Natalie Merchant
Nirvana singer
Kurt Cobain
REM singer
michael Stipe
Nine Inch Nails singer
Trent Reznor
Dire Straits singer
Mark Knoffler
Elvis Presley's first single
Heartbreak Hotel
Female with most number one hits
Mariah Carey (15)
The Three Tenors
José Carreras Placido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti
Foreign number one hit songs
Volare, Sukizaki, Dominique
Rockers killed in 1959 plane crash (the day music died)
Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper, and Richie Valens
A and M Records founders
Herp Alpert and Jerry Moss
Jamaican reggae singer
Bob marleY
Grateful Dead guitarist
Jerry Garcia
Fifth Beatle
Stu Stucliff
Beatles original drummer
Pete Best
Beatles original name
Johnny and the Moondogs
King of Swing
Benny Goodman
First Lady of Song
Ella Fitzgerald
Lady Day
Billie Holiday
Empress of Blues
Bessie Smith
Bubbles
Beverly Sills
Father of country Music
Jimmie Rogers
Father of Bluegrass
Bill Monroe
Silver Fox
Charlie Rich
Dust Bowl Balladeer
Woody Guthrie
Texas Troubador
Ernest Tubb
Man in Black
Johnny Cash
killer
Jerry Lee Lewis
Coke Time Crooner
Eddie Fisher
Velvet Fog
Mel Torme
Godfather of Soul
James Brown
first rap group on American Bandstand
Run DMC
First white performer on Soul train
Elton John
Icelandic pop group
Bjork
Swedish pop group
Abba
Triangle Russian instrument
Balalaika
Licorice Stick
Clarinet
Xzlophones Latin cousin
Marimba
Side-blown flute
Fife
Helicon instrument
Tuba
Bells instrument
Glockenspiel
“Sweet Potato“
Ocarina
Hexagonal accordion-like instrument
Concertina
Bellows instrument
bag Pipes
“Bull Fiddle”
Double Bass
Dried gourd instrument
Maracas
Plucked piano instrument
Harpsicord
number of piano keys
88
BB King's guitar
Lucille
“New Trend” music
Bossa Nova
Sailors work song
Chanty
Swiss jazz festival city
Montreux
California jazz festival citz
Monterey
Berkshire Music Festival city
Tanglewood, MA
Rhode Island jazz festival city
Newport
Richard Wagner Music Festival city
Bayreuth, Deutschland