Melody
Rhythm
Beats
Pitches
Misc.
100

The specific highness or lowness of a note. This is one of the two things that makes up melody.

Pitch

100

The combination of long and short sounds. This element of music can be described as the flow of the notes, or the organization of when sounds happen.

Rhythm

100

Does the beat change in music?

NO

100

This pitch is represented on the first space of the Treble Clef Staff.

F
100

The set of 5 lines and 4 spaces that is used in music to represent pitches. There are two kinds of these that we talked about in class.

Staff

200

This musical element is the combination of pitches set to rhythms.

Melody

200

How many beats does one eighth note get?

1/2 a beat.

200

The steady, reoccurring pulse in the music.

Beat

200

This pitch is represented on the second line going up on the bass clef staff.

B

200

What is the staff of the melody below:


Bass

300

True or False: Melodies can only have one note sounding at any point in their rhythm.

True

300

This musical symbol tells us how many beats are in a measure so that we know how to count rhythms accordingly.

Time Signature

300

This five letter word is used by musicians to represent the speed of the beat in music.

Tempo

300

This pitch is represented as the space right above the top line in the treble clef staff.

G

300

What staff is used in the music below:


Treble

400

In 15 seconds, draw a 4 beat rhythm that uses the pitches A,C,E,F,and G.

Mr. Dean judges your response as:

400

How many beats does a dotted half note get?

3

400

How many beats are in each measure of a song with a 1029456/64 time signature.

1029456

400

What are the lines above or below the staff called?

Ledger Lines

400

How many beats are in each measure of the excerpt below:


2

500

This is what a melody becomes when it has more than one note happen at any point in its rhythm.

Harmony

500

Count the rhythms in the following line:


Mr. Dean judges your response as:

500

Write a rhythm that takes up a complete measure with a 15/4 time signature.

Mr. Dean judges your answer:

500

What is the pitch that is represented on the first ledger line below the bass clef staff?

E

500

What are the sayings used to remember each of the lines and spaces for each of the staves?

Treble: 

Lines- Every Good Boy Does Fine

Spaces- FACE

Bass:

Lines- Good Burritos Dont Fall Apart

Spaces- All Cows Eat Grass

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