Instruments and their Families
Key Elements
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You Got Rhythm!
100

This instrument is very large and very low in pitch

What is the tuba?

100

This element of music shows the pattern of music or sound.

What is rhythm?

100

What is an F?

100

What is a bar line?

100

200

Instruments that are a part of this family usually help keep time

What is the percussion family?

200

This element of music describes the thickness or thinness of a piece of music

What is texture?

200

What is a C?

200

What is a flat?

200

300

If you play this instrument, you might need to have a reed... and maybe a neck strap.

What is a saxophone? (tenor, alto, baritone sax acceptable)

300

This element of music gives structure to songs and pieces

What is form?

300

What is a D?

300

What is a fermata?

300

400

This family home to this instrument:

What is the woodwind family?

400

This key element has its "highs" and "lows" with its notes

What is pitch?

400

What is D?

400

What is a coda?

400

500

The piano could be put into these two families

What are the percussion family and the string family

500

If it's too loud, that means we need to make adjustments to this key element

What is dynamics?

500

What is C-sharp?
500

What is a del segno (the sign)

500

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