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Copy of Music Symbols!

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Chelsea Hill

on 28 August 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Music Symbols!

Musical Symbols!
Dynamics
Crescendo
Decrescendo
Forte, Fortissimo, Fortississimo
Piano, pianissimo, pianississimo
Mezzo Forte
Mezzo Piano
Sforzando
Articulation
Staccato
Soft, very soft, extremely soft
Loud, very loud, extemely loud
Medium Loud
Abrupt, fierce accent
A gradual increase in volume
A gradual decrease in volume
Sing short and detached
Hold the note as long as you want
Fermata
Medium Soft
Fortepiano
Loud,then soft
Sforzando piano
very loud then suddenly softer
Accent Marks...
Tenuto
Breath Mark
Grand Pause
(Caesura)
Tie vs. Slur
Review
The Basics
Staff
System
Measure
Clefs
8va- sing an octave higher
vs.
8vb- sing an octave lower
*Change this in your packet*
Note Values
Rest Values
Dotted notes
Triplets
Quarter note
triplets
Eighth note
triplets
Accidentals
Trill
Turn
Portamento
Grace Notes
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