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Da capo means
a) It means from the start b) Without instrumental accompaniment c) With instrumental accompaniment d) These signs say that after playing the entire score, you only have to repeat the fragment from bar 4 to 7
A capella means
a) You have to repeat untill the end b) Without instrumental accompaniment c) With instrumental accompaniment d) It means from the start
Signs signs to modify the pitch of the note
a) Repeat signs b) Da capo c) Accidentals d) Durations modifiers
Accidental that elevates the pitch of a note one semitone
a) Double Sharp b) Natural c) Flat d) Sharp
Accidental that elevates the pitch of a note one tone
a) Double Sharp b) Natural c) Sharp d) Flat
Accidental that decreases the pitch of a note one semitone
a) Double Sharp b) Natural c) Flat d) Sharp
Accidental that decreases the pitch of a note one tone
a) Natural b) Sharp c) Double Flat d) Flat
Accidental sign that cancels the effect of the flat or sharp
a) Double Flat b) Flat c) Sharp d) Natural
They temporarily modify certain notes in a bar
a) Modifications b) Double Flat c) Key signature d) Double Sharp
It modifes all the notes in the musical work, except those that with a natural sign or modified with another accidental sign
a) Modifications b) Key signature c) Double Flat d) Double Sharp
It is the smallest distance between two consecutive steps
a) Diatonic Semitone b) Intervale c) Semitone d) Chromatic Semitone
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