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Bar; Contents/space between bar lines
A single sound or its representation in musical notation
A graduated series of musical tones ascending or descending in order of pitch according to a specified scheme of their intervals.
Combination of two or more simultaneous independent musical lines.
The aspect of music comprising all the elements (as accent, meter, and tempo) that relate to forward movement.
A drama in which most actors sing all of their parts.
The first note of a scale; the root
Term used to indicate a single musical line.
The speed at which music is played.
The character or quality of a musical sound or voice.
Period of musical history roughly between 1600-1750; period of Bach, Handel, and Vivaldi
Sequence of notes that is musically satisfying.
Levels of sound, loud or soft, in a piece of music.
Period in the history of music, the later 18th century, the age of Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven.
A mid-range male voice.
Gradual rise in volume.
The highest range female voice.
Section of a larger work that is more or less complete in itself.
Indicates the scale used and the home note, on the chord of which it must end.
The simultaneous sounding of two or more notes and the technique governing the construction of such chords and their arrangement.

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