Pitch Names
Note Names
Vocabulary
Music Terms
Instrument Families
100
These are the pitch names on the lines of the treble clef.
What is EGBDF?
100
Please name the note that is 4 beats long.
What is a whole note?
100
This has five lines and four spaces.
What is the music staff?
100
This symbol means soft.
What is piano?
100
This instrument family you shake, strike, or scrape.
What is the percussion family?
200
These are the names of the pitches in the spaces of the treble clef.
What is FACE?
200
The half note is this many beats long.
What is 2 beats?
200
These lines divides the staff into sections.
What is/are bar lines?
200
This symbol means loud.
What is forte?
200
The French Horn belongs to this instrument family.
What is the Brass Family?
300
This pitch is right below the first line of the treble clef.
What is D?
300
This note lasts one beat.
What is a quarter note?
300
These are the sections that the staff is divided into. There are 4 beats in each one.
What is a measure?
300
This music term means how fast or slow music is.
What is tempo?
300
This is the highest pitched instrument in the string family.
What is the Harp?
400
This is the lowest note you have to know on the treble clef.
What is C or middle C?
400
One eighth note is this many beats.
What is 1/2 of a beat?
400
This symbol is at the front of the staff and tells you the pitches are going to be on the higher part of the piano.
What is the treble clef?
400
This music term tell us that the music is rough or smooth.
What is texture?
400
This is the largest instrument in the brass family.
What is the tuba?
500
This is the pitch on the fifth line of the staff.
What is F?
500
A dotted half note is this many beats.
What is 3 beats?
500
The part of the note that is long and narrow.
What is the stem?
500
This term tells you to get steadily louder as you sing or play an instrument.
What is a crescendo?
500
This is the highest pitched instrument in the woodwind family.
What is the piccolo?
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