MUSIC TERMS

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  • Beam: A cross-bar connecting two or more stems of notes that would normally employ a flag. Two eighth notes can be connected by one beam; two sixteenth notes can be connected by two beams, and so forth.
  • Clef: The symbol at the left-hand end of the staff which indicates how the lines and spaces should be labeled. The most common clefs are:
    Treble : also called the “G” clef, which specifies that the second line from the bottom of the staff is designated as “G”.
    Bass also called the “F” clef, which specifies that the fourth line from the bottom of the staff is designated as “F”.
    Alto : one of the “C” clefs, which specifies that the middle line of the staff is designated as “C”.
    Tenor : one of the “C” clefs, which specifies that the fourth line from the bottom of the staff is designated as “C”.
  • Crescendo : The term used when the dynamic level grows louder in the course of a piece (growing softer is called diminuendo)
  • TAJ MUSIC TEAM.
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