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READING MUSIC

Across
The process of changing from one key to another.
The practice of playing or singing music without previous preparation.
A series of 8 notes going up or down beginning and ending on DO.
Located at the beginning of a staff, this symbol indicates that all notes are from Middle C and lower.
A circle, colored in, with a stem. Often counted as 1 beat.
Symbols used to indicate the key of a song and to raise or lower a note by a 1/2 step.
A note that is increased by half its value due to a dot.
The sharp or flat signs placed at the beginning of a staff indicating the tonality of the song.
A note shaped like an X with a stem. Indicates a sound (snap, clap) not a pitch.
A circle, not colored in, with a stem. Often counted as 2 beats.
Indicates the meter: How many beats in each measure and what kind of note to count.
The music played before the singing begins. Prepares the listener for the tonality, rhythm, tempo and mood of the song.
Down
Three notes of equal length that are to be performed in the amount of time that 2 notes would normally be performed.
A set of five equidistant lines of music used to clearly communicate musical notation.
Divisions of the music staff by bar lines each containing the same number of beats.
Located at the beginning of a staff, this symbol indicates that all notes are from Middle C and higher.
Deliberately off-setting the pulse of a song by shifting the accent or stressed pulse onto a weak or off beat.
A circle, colored in, with a stem and a flag. Often counted as 1/2 a beat.
The entire notation of a line of music for all the parts and voices involved. Two or more music staves joined together using a Bracket and Brace.
Drawn vertically through the music staff to divide the measures.
The distance between two pitches.
Symbols that represent counted duration of silence.