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4 Main Elements Of Music
Pitch
Tone Color
Duration
Dynamics
Major Voice Groups
Soprano
Alto
Tenor
Bass
Strings

&& Their Playing Style
Volin, Viola, Cello

Pizzicato- Plucking
[Vs. Bow]

Vibrato- Rocking Left Hand While Holding String Down

Mute- Softens Sound
Woodwind
Clarinet, Flute, Oboe
Brass
Saxophone, Trumpet, French Horn
Percussion

2 Types
Definite Pitch- [Notes]
Xylophone, Timpani, Marimba

Indefinite Pitch- Bass, Snare, Triangle
Keyboard
Pipe Organ [Wind]
Piano [Strings]
Harpsichord [Strings]
Electronic
Keyboard
Recording Studios
Beat/Meter

Two Types Of Meter
Rythm, Underlying Pulse

Duple 1-2(-3-4) (Quadruple)
Triple 1-2-3
Accent
Emphasis On Certain Note
Syncopation
Accent On A Weak Beat
2/4

Define This Time Signature
2 Beats In A Measure
Quarter Note Gets One Beat
2 Clefs
Treble Clef
Bass Clef
Consonance
Dissonance
Complete
Incomplete [Causes Tension]
Major/Minor Scale
Lower Third- Minor
Raised Third- Major
Modulation
Sudden, Noticable Key Change
Tonic Key
Home, Central Key
Monophonic
Single Melody
Polyphonic
More Than One Melody (Rounds)
Homophonic
One Melody, Accompanied With Harmony
Binary
Distinct A Section, Disctinct B Section

AB
Ternary
Distinct Sections, Goes Back To Melody A

ABA
MRBCRT (1945-Present)
My really big cat roams tonight.
(1954-Present)
Weastern art music can be divided into the following stylistic periods:
Middle Ages (450-1450)
Renaissance (1450-1600)
Baroque (1600-1750)
Classical (1750-1820)
Romantic (1820-1900)
Twentieth Century-1945
1945-Present
Perfect Pitch
Absolute Pitch
Knowing Notes & Key Signature
Knowing Exact Notes, Whether Slightly Sharp/Flat
Triad
Chord In Its Simplest Form
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