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  • accent
  • accent, apogic
  • accent, dynamic
  • accent, tonic
  • acciaccato
  • accidentals
  • acoustics
  • air
  • aleatory music
  • alto
  • answer
  • answer, call and
  • answer, real
  • answer, tonal
  • anthem
  • anticipation
  • aquarelle
  • arabesque
  • arpeggio
  • arrangement
  • ASCAP
  • aubade
  • augmentation
  • bagatelle
  • bar
  • bar line
  • baroque
  • bass
  • baton
  • battle music
  • bebop
  • berceuse
  • bitonality
  • blues
  • BMI
  • boogie woogie
  • bowing
  • break
  • brevis
  • bridge passage
  • broken chord
  • buffa
  • cadence
  • cadence, deceptive
  • cadence, imperfect
  • cadence, masculine
  • cadenza
  • calypso
  • cantata
  • chamber music
  • chamber orchestra
  • chord
  • chord, chromatic
  • clef
  • coda
  • colpo
  • composition
  • concert pitch
  • concertmaster
  • concerto
  • conservatory
  • consonance
  • consort
  • counterpoint
  • cross rhythm
  • decibel
  • demisemiquaver
  • diminution
  • discord
  • dissonance
  • Dixieland
  • dotted note
  • double-handed
  • downbeat
  • duet
  • duple meter
  • dynamics
  • ear training
  • ear, playing by
  • echo
  • eighth note
  • eighth rest
  • elegy
  • embouchure
  • enharmonics
  • ensemble
  • etude
  • expression marks
  • fanfare
  • fantasia
  • finale
  • fine
  • flamenco
  • flat
  • florid
  • frog
  • fughetta
  • fugue
  • fugue, double
  • fugue, triple
  • glissando
  • gospel
  • grand opera
  • half note
  • half rest
  • hemidemisemiquaver
  • hootenanny
  • hymn
  • imitation
  • improvisation
  • incidental music
  • interlude
  • intermezzo
  • interval
  • intonation
  • jam
  • key signature
  • lament
  • ledger
  • libretto
  • lullaby
  • lyrics
  • M.M.
  • maestoso
  • maestro
  • mariachi
  • measure
  • medley
  • melisma
  • melismatic
  • melody
  • meter
  • minstrel
  • minuet
  • modulation
  • motif
  • movement
  • musicology
  • mute
  • natural
  • nocturne
  • noel
  • notation
  • octave
  • octet
  • ode
  • opera buffa
  • operetta
  • opus
  • oratorio
  • orchestra, symphony
  • orchestration
  • ornaments
  • overblow
  • overture
  • paraphrase
  • passion
  • pasticcio
  • pastoral
  • pedal tone
  • philharmonic
  • pitch
  • pitch pipe
  • polyrhythmic
  • portamento
  • program music
  • quarter note
  • quarter rest
  • quartet
  • quintet
  • R&B
  • ragtime
  • rap
  • refrain
  • reggae
  • reprise
  • rest
  • retrograde
  • rhapsody
  • rhythm and blues
  • riff
  • rock and roll
  • score
  • secondo
  • semiquaver
  • septet
  • serenade
  • sextet
  • sharp
  • sight-reading
  • signature
  • sixteenth note
  • sixteenth rest
  • solfa syllables
  • sonata
  • sonatina
  • soul
  • spiritual
  • staff
  • stanza
  • steel band
  • stereophonic
  • suite
  • symphonic poem
  • symphony
  • syncopation
  • time signature
  • toccata
  • tonguing
  • tonguing, flutter
  • transcription
  • transpose
  • treble
  • tremolo
  • trill
  • troubadour
  • vamp
  • vaudeville
  • virtuoso
  • whole note
  • whole rest

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