Beat/Rhythm The Score How loud is it? Groups Singers

100

What is the beat?
The pulse of the music.

100

What is the staff?
The 5 lines and 4 spaces where the music is written.

100

What are dynamics?
The volume of the music.

100

What is solo?
One person playing or singing alone.

100

What is soprano?
The high woman's voice.

200

What is the rhythm?
The pattern of the beat.

200

What is a measure?
The space between 2 bar lines.

200

What is piano?
Quiet

200

What is trio?
Three people performing together.

200

What is tenor?
The high man's voice.

300

What is a rest?
The name for silence in music.

300

What is the treble clef.
Another name for the G clef.

300

What is forte?
Loud

300

What is nonet?
9 people performing in a group.

300

What is alto?
The low woman's voice.

400

What is 6?
The number of beats in a measure of 6/8 time.

400

What is the F Clef?
Another name for the Bass Clef.

400

What is gradually getting louder?
This is what crescendo means.

400

What is a quartet?
This number of performers which is equal to the sides of a square.

400

What is bass?
The low man's voice.

500

What is 16?
The number of beats in 4 measures of 4/4 time.

500

What is a coda?
A special ending.

500

What is fortissimo? (You may also say double forte.)
ff

500

What is an orchestra? (Not band, because an orchestra has a string section. )
A group of instrumentalists combining string, woodwind, brass, and percussion sections.

500

What is South Carolina?
The state Mrs. Lukow was born in.

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