7th Grade Band Vocabulary Test
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This term means to play gradually louder.
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D.S. al Coda means to go back to the beginning of the piece and then skip to the Coda when marked.
This term means "suddenly."
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This is the tail or the ending of a piece of music.
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This term means that you should play gradually softer.
Legato means to play in a smooth and connected style.
This term, abbreviated mf, means to play moderately loudly (two words).
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This term, abbreviated f, means to play loudly.
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A tenuto note is played longer than its printed value, and is indicated with a dash written over or under the note head.
This term, abbreviated p, means to play softly.
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This term means to play gradually faster.
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A staccato note is played longer than its printed value, and is indicated with a dash written over or under the note head.
This term, abbreviated pp, means to play very softly.
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This term means that you should play gradually louder.
First Name
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This term means to gradually increase the tempo.
This term means accented or marked style. Also known as march style.
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This term, abbreviated mp, means to play moderately softly (two words).
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What is March Tempo?
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A fermata over a note indicates that you should play the note separated.
This term, abbreviated ff, means to play very loudly.
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Allegro means to play quick and lively, and is a term of
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