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Sound
Begins with the vibration of an object
Vibrations
Pitch
the highness of loweness that we hear in a sound
High & Low
Tone
A sound that has definite pitch
Pitch
Interval
the distance in pitch between any two tones
Distance
Octace
when tones are separated by the interval, there called an octave. They sound very much alike.
Alike & Interval
Pitch Range
The distance between the lowest and highest tones that a voice or an instrument can produce
Distane Between
dynamics
Degrees of loudness or softness in music
Loud & Soft
Pianissimo
pp, very soft
Very fluffy
Piano
p
Fluffy
Mezzo Piano
mp moderatly soft
Moderate
Mezzo Forte
mf moderatly loud
Moderate
Forte
f Loud
fortissmo
ff Very loud
Accent
Emphasizing a tone by playing it more loudly than the tones around it.
More Loud Tone
Decrescendo
Gradually Softer
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