GCSE EDEXCEL Key Terms Revision A - G

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Notes of chords belonging to or literally of a key
Two chords at the end of a musical phrase. The 4 types are: Perfect, Imperfect, Interrupted, Plagal.
Doubling or more of the original note values
Indian flute without keys
A chord made up of super imposed minor third intervals
A note repeated or sustained across chord changes
The final section of an instrumental raga, a fixed composition
Goblet shaped drum from West Africa
The 6 semitones not used in the first hexachord
Hour glass shaped talking drum held under the arm and played with the hand
A chord in which one of the notes has been sharpened or flattened to become a chromatic note
Music in which notes are used that are not in the key of the piece
Absence of tonality / key
A chord with the third in the bass
Indian system of master-pupil teaching
Instruction for music to be performed in a singing style
literally an ornament - 'a crushed note' played as quickly as possible before the main note
A chord in which diatonic notes other than the seventh have been added to the original triad
A linking passage often used to change the key of the music (modulate) in preparation for the second subject
Abbreviation of equalisation, electronically cutting or boosting specific frequencies in a sound
A jazz style requiring virtuosic technique, including fast tempo's and complex harmonies
Repetitions of a sound after a set time interval, usually at a lower volume
The first theme or melody in a piece in Sonato form
The simultaneous sounding together of two or more notes
A mingling or blending together of more than one musical style
The notes of a chord played one after the other rather than together e.g. C-E-G-C
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Notes used that are foreign to the key of the music
Moving by semi-tones up or down
An interval larger than an octave; for example a ninth
The chord sequence in a jazz song
A jazz style popular in the 1920's and 1930's in which the pieces were generally written for a large ensemble to be played in dance halls
A sustained or repeated note (S) on the dominant note of the key
Fifth note of the scale or key, the strongest note after the tonic
Different ways of 'spelling' the same pitch; for example, B flat and A sharp
Any chord which contains an augmented interval that is a chord where the interval of the notes is extended by a semi-tone
A studio effect ranging from subtle swirling sounds to jet plane effects
Replacing one chord with another
Made smaller by a semitone
Rhythms that literally cross the usual pattern of accented and unaccented beats creating a regular irregular accents and syncopated effects
A solo voice piece with instrumental accompaniment in an Opera
The solo instruments in a jazz ensemble
In a Tala, these are the independant rhythm parts that go against the main beat of the cycle creating exciting syncopations
The opening unmetred and improvised section of a raga
A strong reinforcement of a 4/4 beat by a bass drum
Double headed drum (in several different sizes) played with sticks
The last section of a vocal raga; a fixed composition in the form of a song
A 'bent' note between the minor and major third
Short music ideas
A time signature where the beat is dotted and subdivides into groups of three
A long note of 8 crotchet beat duration
An abbreviation for accompanying

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