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Music Terminology List 1 #2

Across
This genre of music was popular during the Baroque and Renaissance Eras set to music for singers and instrumentalists.
A note that holds for 2 beats in a time signature of 4/4.
This is a musician’s realization of pitch accuracy.
These are composed of twin infoldings of mucous membrane stretched horizontally, from back to front, across the larynx.
The most famous piece of the Messiah by George Fredrick Handel.
A key signature with 4 sharp accidentals.
A genre of music; popular in the 20th Century/Modern Era.
Hymnals.
A rest symbol where you rest for 1/8 of a beat.
A composer of the 20th Century/Modern Era.
This is how loud or quiet the music is.
A composer during the Renaissance and the Baroque Eras.
A note that is hels for 1 beat in a time signature of 4/4.
It prevents limited use if copyrighted material.
A secular vocal music composition, usually a part-song of the Renaissance and early Baroque Eras.
A genre of music that is the teaching or revelation of Christ. The record of Jesus’ life and teaching in the first four books of the New Testament.
Down
To raise a pitch of a note.
A musical Era during the time period 500 – 1400.
A gradual decrease in speed.
The quality of a sound; how high or how low a note is.
A vocal ensemble of all female voices.
A musical Era during the time period of 1300 – 1700.
This is the proper singing position.
A note that holds for 1 ½ beats in a time signature of 4/4.
A genre of music that originates in traditional popular culture and is typically of unknown authorship and is transmitted orally from generation to generation.
A vocal ensemble of mixed voices.
A vocal ensemble of all male voices.
A group of singers.
An American singer during the 20th Century/Modern Era.
The highest adult male singing voice.