Music Ensembles
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Music Staff
Elements of Music
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100

To keep tempo, I should?

Tap my foot

100

I am a scale built up of only half steps, I use only twelve notes.

 What am I?

Chromatic Scale.

100

I have five lines and four spaces. 

What am I?

Music Staff

100

I am the most singable part of a song. What am I?

Melody

100

I am a accent that look looks like a dot on a note what am I?

Staccato

200

An apostrophe written in music means you should ____ together?

Breathe 

200

I am found in music, often above a  note, I am used to articulate notes.  What am I?

Accents

200

I am a line above the staff or below the staff. What am I?

Ledger Lines

200

I am found in music often under the staff what am I?

Dynamics

200

I am a symbol that adds half the  value to a note I am attached too. Who am I?

A Dot.

300

What supports a musician's sound?

Air

300

I connect different notes smoothly with no breaks in between.

 What am I?

A Slur 

300

I am also known as a G cleft and I am also known as a F cleft, What are our other names?

Treble and Bass Cleft

300

Arrangement of long and short notes in a musical passage

Rhythm

300

In music I am seen as a M followed by another letter. What am I?

Mezzo

400

I am the heart of the ensemble; I keep the time. I am often felt not heard. 

Percussion

400

I am often seen connecting one note to another to extend value what am I?

A Tie

400

F_A_C_E  and  A_C_E_G

Also Known as?

FACE (Treble Cleft) Spacing  and  All Cows Eat Grass (Bass Cleft) Spacing

400

 I am a supporting line in music, comprised of notes and rhythms that move along with the melody. What am I?

Counter Melody

400

I am a tool that helps everyone match pitch. 

What am I?

Tuner

500

I stand in front of a musical ensemble, to start and stop a piece, to give tempos and keep time. 

What am I?

(A) Conductor.

500

We are often seen in the beginning of the music we come in different forms in your music. Some will assume we are mistakes. You would call us?

Accidentals

500

G_B_D_F_A and A_G_B_D_F 

Also Known as?

Good Boys Do Fine Always (Bass Cleft) Lines  and Good Boys Do Fine Always (Treble Cleft) Lines 


500

Bonus Question: Double the Points : What are the 7 elements of music?

Melody, Harmony, Timbre (tone), Dynamics, 

Form (structure), Texture, Rhythm.

500

What creates sound?  

Air and Vibration

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