Music Notation: Time and Tone Vocabulary and Definitions
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1. soft: piano
2. sad: mesto
3. a little: poco
4. very slow: adagio or largo
5. p :piano
6. flexible time: rubato
7. a lively tempo: vivace
8. less: meno
9.  ___ time: also known as 3/4 time: waltz
10 getting faster little by little: accelerando
11 loud: forte
12 :diminuendo
13 gradually growing louder: crescendo
14 another word for 'measure': bar

 

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