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graphic score


A graphic score is a way of writing music so that it looks like a picture. Graphic scores use shapes, symbols or patterns rather than the usual system of written music, or notation.
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designed in the classroom for music education


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current software v.2.26


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rob hamilton


Simple Music Glossary You can view the glossary below, or freely download a PDF booklet version from here.
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accompaniment


An accompaniment is the music which supports the main singer or player.
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acoustic


The study of how music behaves is called acoustics.
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alto


Alto is the name of a voice or instrument with a medium to high range. Alto is pitched below soprano and above tenor.
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anthem


An anthem is a short piece of religious music. Many countries have a national anthem. This is usually a solemn song with patriotic words.
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aria


An aria is a song for a single singer accompanied by an orchestra. In operas the main singers sing arias to explain their feelings.
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arpeggio


When notes of a chord are played one after the other (instead of together), they are called an arpeggio. Arpeggios can go upwards or downwards.
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