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Accelerando (Accel.). Gradually speed up. The practice if improvising alternating 4-measure solos between an instrumental soloist and a drummer is called ___. Trading fours. Sostenuto. Sustained style. Legato. Smooth and connected Style. Staccato (.). Detached Style. Dynamic indicators. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Accelerando (Accel.)Gradually speed up

  • The practice if improvising alternating 4-measure solos between an instrumental soloist and a drummer is called ___Trading fours

  • SostenutoSustained style

  • Legato Smooth and connected Style

  • Staccato (.)

    Detached Style

  • Dynamic indicators

    Indicate Volume

  • Fermata

    Hold until the conductor cuts you off.

  • Tempo indicators

    Indicate speed

  • Interval

    Distance between two notes.

  • Crescendo (Cresc.)

    Gradually get louder

  • A tempo

    Resume the previous speed

  • da capo (D.C.)

    Go Back to the Beginning

  • Diminuendo (dim.)

    Gradually get softer

  • Rallentando (rall.)

    Gradually get slower

  • A Basic Blues Progression consists of how many measures?12

  • The smallest interval in music

    A half step

  • The flow of music in time

    Rhythm

  • presto

    Very fast speed

  • del segno (D.S.)Go back to the sign

  • The element of music that has to do with speed

    tempo

  • In a time signature, the top number tells

    Number of beats in a measure

  • The element of music that is the tune or the part you can hum back

    Melody

  • The element of music that has to do with how loud or soft one plays

    Dynamics

  • The element of music that is the added part that is not the melody

    Harmony

  • A key signature tells

    What notes are sharp or flat in the piece

  • In a time signature, the bottom number tells What kind of note gets one beat

  • Which of the following is the softest? A. piano B. pianissimo C. mezzo piano

    B. Pianissimo

  • Which of the following is the slowest? A. Andante B. Largo C. Moderato

    B. Largo

  • Duet

    A piece played by two players, playing two different parts.

  • If the bottom number in a time signature is a 2, what kind of note gets one beat?

    Half note

  • If the top number of a time signature is a 5, how many beats are in each measure?

    Five

  • Syncopation

    Emphasis on ordinarily weak beats

  • The inventor of the sousaphone

    John Phillip Sousa

  • Enharmonics are

    notes that are spelled differently but sound the same

  • The final short note of a march is called this

    Stinger

  • Leger lines are

    lines written above or below the staff to accommodate notes written above or below the staff

  • This section of the band has the largest amount of different instruments

    Percussion

  • D. C. al fine means

    repeat to the beginning and play until you see the fine sign

  • D. C. al coda means

    repeat to the beginning and play until you see the coda sign

  • This section of the band makes its sound by blowing into a hollow tube with plenty of holes

    Woodwinds

  • The highest sounding brass instrument

    Trumpet

  • The lowest sounding brass instrument

    Tuba

  • Which of the following is a non pitched percussion instrument? A. xylophone B. marimba C. vibraphone D. guiro E. sousaphone Guiro

  • A dot adds ___ to the note it follows.

    Half the value

  • The lowest sounding woodwind instrument

    Double (or contra) bassoon

  • Hollow instrument usually in the shape of a fish that has ridges on it and is scraped

    guiro

  • The name given to the conductors music

    Score

  • Latin instruments that are made of decorated gourd with beads or seeds in them

    Maracas

  • The highest sounding woodwind instrument

    Piccolo

  • The recommended way to hold the sticks for the timpani is

    Matched grip (or French Grip)

  • A dance in triple time is a

    Waltz

  • D.S. al coda means

    repeat to the sign and play until you see the coda sign

  • Tubular instrument that is struck with a cowhide hammer.

    Chimes

  • A musical sentence

    Phrase

  • The recommended way to hold the sticks for marching snare is Traditional grip

  • Maestoso

    Majestic style

  • A key signature with 3 flats will always contain theseB, E, A

  • A key signature with 5 flats will always contain theseB, E, A, D, G

  • A key signature with 3 sharps will always contain theseF, C, G,

  • A key signature with 5 sharps will always contain theseF, C, G, D, A

  • The recommended way to hold the sticks for all mallet instruments

    Matched grip

  • Marcato

    Marked Style

  • The dog fight section of a march features

    Contrasting phrases by the upper instruments and lower instruments

  • CantibileSinging Style

  • PesanteA heavy style

  • Most marches change key at the

    trio

  • The enharmonic equivalent to F-flat is

    E Natural

  • Divisi (div.)

    Divide the parts up

  • The tonal center of a piece is its

    Key

  • The enharmonic equivalent to G-sharp is

    A flat

  • Soli

    Section Solo

  • Which is not a woodwind instrument? A. flute B. French horn C. oboe D. piccolo E. saxophoneFrench Horn

  • In a fast 3/8, 6/8, or 12/8 time signature, what kind of note will get one beat

    Dotted Quarter

  • The steady pulse in music is call

    Beat

  • The speed of pulses or beats of a composition is

    tempo

  • A pool of pitches used to make musicscale

  • Each measure is bordered by

    Bar lines

  • To divide a pulse or note into smaller units is

    To subdivide

  • How many notes make up a dominant 7th chord?

    four

  • A basic exercise that drummers can do that will strengthen their muscles in their forearms and help to make them better marching drummers is

    Practice on a pillow

  • Lstesso tempo means

    Keep the same speed

  • Dolce

    Sweetly

  • Warm and moist conditions will effect pitch by ___

    causing the pitch to be higher

  • Cold and dry conditions will effect pitch by

    causing the pitch to be lower

  • Which of the following is a pitched percussion instrument? A. quads B. tam tam C. timpani D. congas E. temple block

    Timpani

  • Counting one e an da for each quarter note pulse is an example of

    Subdividing

  • How many notes make up a triad

    Three

  • Another name for kettle drums is

    Timpani

  • As notes move to the right on a melodic instrument, the pitches will Go higher

  • As notes move to the left on a melodic instrument, the pitches will

    Go lower

  • Another name for bells is

    Glockenspiel

  • . Fundamentals in playing percussion instruments such as flam, rolls, and paradiddles are called

    Rudiments

  • AllargandoGradually get slower and broader

  • EspressivoPlay with expression

  • Pocolittle

  • Menoless

  • piumore

  • Mossomotion

  • Poco meno mossoA little less motion

  • Piu mossoMore motion

  • StringendoGradually speed up

  • GrandiosoIn a grand or heroic style

  • RubatoGradual speeding up or slowing the tempo to add to expression

  • Con mossoWith motion, speed the tempo

  • Forzando (sfz)Forced, accented

  • Simile (sim.)In a similar style

  • Subito (sub.)suddenly

  • When Im not talking to you___Im talking to you

  • The most common mistake young people make is___They dont hold their long notes long enough

  • What note is that?An F; my grade in this class!