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  • a cappella
  • absolute pitch
  • accent
  • accidental
  • affettuoso
  • agitato
  • alto
  • alto clef
  • amoroso
  • anacrusis
  • animato
  • answer, call and
  • antiphonal
  • appassionato
  • appoggiatura
  • aria
  • ariette
  • arpeggio
  • arrangement
  • atonal
  • attack
  • augmentation
  • augmented
  • ballad
  • bar
  • barcarolle
  • baritone
  • bass
  • bass clef
  • basso buffo
  • basso cantante
  • basso continuo
  • basso profundo
  • beat
  • cadence
  • cadenza
  • canon
  • canon, double
  • canon, free
  • canon, mixed
  • canon, retrograde
  • cantabile
  • canticle
  • cantillation
  • canto
  • cantor
  • cantus firmus
  • carol
  • castrato
  • chant
  • chest voice
  • choral
  • choral symphony
  • chord
  • chromatic
  • clef
  • coda
  • coloratura
  • compass
  • composition
  • con amore
  • con anima
  • con bravura
  • con brio
  • con dolore
  • con espressione
  • con moto
  • con sordino
  • con spirito
  • consonance
  • continuo
  • contralto
  • contrapuntal
  • countermelody
  • counterpoint
  • crescendo
  • croon
  • da capo
  • decrescendo
  • degree
  • development
  • diatonic
  • diction
  • diminished
  • diminuendo
  • dissonance
  • dolce
  • dominant
  • double flat
  • double sharp
  • downbeat
  • enharmonic
  • exposition
  • falsetto
  • fanfare
  • fifth
  • figure
  • final bar
  • finale
  • flat
  • forte
  • fortissimo
  • fourth
  • fundamental
  • glee club
  • glees
  • glissando
  • grace note
  • grazioso
  • Greek modes
  • harmonic
  • harmony
  • head voice
  • homophony
  • ictus
  • interval
  • intonation
  • inversion
  • key
  • key signature
  • leading tone
  • legato
  • ligature
  • lyric
  • madrigal
  • maestoso
  • major scale
  • major seventh
  • marcato
  • martellato
  • measure
  • mediant
  • melody
  • meno mosso
  • mezza voce
  • mezzo soprano
  • microtone
  • middle C
  • minor scale
  • minor seventh
  • modal
  • mode
  • modulation
  • molto
  • monophony
  • mordent
  • motif
  • motive
  • movement
  • musicology
  • natural
  • non troppo
  • notation
  • note
  • obbligato
  • octave
  • orchestration
  • ornament
  • ostinato
  • overtone
  • parlando
  • parlante
  • part
  • partial
  • passage
  • pathetique
  • patter song
  • pedal
  • pentatonic
  • phrase
  • pianissimo
  • piano
  • pitch
  • pizzicato
  • plainsong
  • poco
  • polyphonic
  • polyphony
  • polyrhythm
  • portamento
  • prima donna
  • primo uomo
  • progression
  • quarter tone
  • rallentando
  • range
  • recitative
  • refrain
  • register
  • relative keys
  • repeat
  • reprise
  • resolution
  • rest
  • rhythm
  • ritardando
  • root
  • roulade
  • round
  • rubato
  • scale
  • scat
  • scherzando
  • second
  • segue
  • semitone
  • semplice
  • sempre
  • serenade
  • seventh
  • sforzando
  • shanty
  • sharp
  • signature
  • sixth
  • skip
  • slur
  • solfeggio
  • soprano
  • sostenuto
  • spiccato
  • staccato
  • staff
  • stanza
  • stave
  • step
  • strain
  • stretto
  • subdominant
  • subito
  • submediant
  • subtonic
  • superdominant
  • supertonic
  • swell
  • syllabic
  • syncopation
  • tablature
  • tacet
  • tenor
  • tenuto
  • tessitura
  • tetrachord
  • theme
  • third
  • tie
  • timbre
  • tone cluster
  • tone row
  • tonic
  • transition
  • transpose
  • treble
  • treble clef
  • tremolo
  • triad
  • trill
  • triplet
  • tune
  • turn
  • tutti
  • unison
  • upbeat
  • variation
  • vibrato
  • vigoroso
  • vivace
  • voicing
  • volante
  • whole tone
  • whole-tone scale

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