What do solo instruments mean
Music lexicon A-Z
lat. "it is silent"; Note in the instrumental or vocal music that the voice in this movement or for the rest of the time is missing.
lat. "tactus" = blow; Combining the same or different note and rest values into one unit. Individual bars are separated by vertical bar lines.
certain note values with the same beat, which mostly coincide with the basic beat.
Italian dance in 6/8 time. Comes from southern Italy.
it. hesitating, slowing down.
lat. "You, God, we praise"; solemn praise and thanksgiving in the church.
lat. "tempus" = time; Speed at which a piece of music is played.
it. "stolen fair value"; The expression of the piece is increased by allowing the tempo to be handled freely.
(Italian) high male voice
C-clef on the 4th staff line.
it. "held"; Tones should be kept according to their full value.
Gradual change in volume, was used until the baroque
Interval within the scale between the first and third tone.
Piece of music for three performers (singers).
large sequence of 4 tones.
(Greek) "The Law". Musical thought that recurs through various means such as repetition, imitation, inversion, etc.
fr. Timbre; characteristic sound quality of an instrument or a voice.
(Italian) "hit", "touch". A piece that is free and improvisational and contains many fast runs and chords.
Determination of the pitch type as major or minor on a certain pitch.
First step of a scale and its triad.
"Scale"; Sequence of tones in whole and semitone steps within an octave.
Imitating noises from nature with music - e.g. "The Moldau" or "Eroica".
a piece of music is put into a different key without changing anything in the piece.
Instruments that are notated differently than they sound.
Notation or playing music in a key other than the one originally intended.
Rewriting of a piece for a different instrument than originally intended.
it. slow, hesitant.
it. Instruction for the pianist to release the left pedal.
fr. Trill; an ornament consisting of the main note and the upper secondary note, which alternate in rapid succession.
it. Tremble; rapid repetition of a note or two.
lat. "triangulum" = triangle; A steel rod in the shape of a triangle, which is struck hanging freely with a metal rod to create a bright, clinking sound.
Ornament; The main note and upper secondary note are quickly alternated.
it. "tre" = three; Composition for three identical or different instruments.
Group of three notes in the period of 2 of the same genre.
Concert for three solo instruments and orchestra.
gr. "tritonos" = with three tones; Interval consisting of three whole tone steps (e.g. F-B in C major).
it. too much, too much.
Provencal poet and singer, French minstrel.
it. turkish, in turkish style.
tutta la forza
it. as vigorously as possible.
it. all players; Opposite to "solo".
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