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Ledger Lines
Short lines drawn above or below the staff for notes too high or too low to appear on the staff.
Sharp
Sign used to raise the pitch of a note one half step.
Flat
Sign used to lower the pitch of a note one half step.
Natural
Sign used to cancel a sharp or flat.
Tie
A curved line connecting to notes of the same pitch. The second note is not to be played, but its value is added to that of the first.
Repeat
Repeat the section between these signs. If there is only one sign, then go back to the beginning of the piece.
The end or close of the piece.
Fine
Fermata (bird's eye hold)
To hold or pause
Treble or G Clef
Staff sign for notes above middle C.
Bass or F Clef
Staff sign for notes below middle C.
Legato
Indicates that a passage is to be played very smoothly without interruptions between notes.
Da capo
Go back to the beginning.
Accent
TO place emphasis on a specific note.
Forte
Strong or loud.
Piano
Soft or quiet
Phrase Line
A curved line drawn over or under a group of notes, slur indicating that the notes should be played smoothly and connected. (legato)
Fermata
To hold or pause.