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Music VocabularyEdit

A.- Musical Instrument: A musical instrument is a device cretaed or adapted to make musical sounds. In principle,      any object that produces sound can be a musical instrument-it is through the purpose that the object becomes a         musical instrument.

B- Note: in music, the term note has two meanings:

- a sign used in musical notation to represent the relative duration and pitch of a sound;

- a pitched sound itself.                                                                                                                                

C.-  Choir:  - An organized company of singers, especially one performing church music or singing in a church.                       -  a group of instruments of the same kind.

D.- Violin: A string instrument played with a bow, that has four strings.

E.-  Tone: a, second between whose tones is a difference in pitch of a step. 

Example: My favorite instrument is the violin, one time I was in a cord choir where I used to play the higher notes but keeping the tone.

Source : wikipedia and http://www.thefreedictionary.com
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Christian Eilers:

A) Choir A choir (also known as chorale or chorus) is a musical ensemble of singers. Choral music, in turn, is the music written specifically for such an ensemble to perform.


B)Arpegio: like a harp; i.e., the notes of the chords are to be played quickly one after another (usually ascending) instead of simultaneously. In music for piano, this is sometimes a solution in playing a wide-ranging chord whose notes cannot be played otherwise. Arpeggios are frequently used as an accompaniment. See also broken chord in this list.

C) Battement (Fr.): used in the 17th-century to refer to ornaments consisting of two adjacent notes, such as trills or mordents.

D)Canon or Canto: A theme that is repeated and imitated and built upon by other instruments with a time delay, creating a layered effect; see Pachelbel's Canon.

E) Down tempo: a slow, moody, or decreased tempo or played or done in such a tempo. It also refers to a genre of electronic music based on this (downtempo).


SOURCE:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_musical_terminology

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