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Study the word list: Key Stage 3: Music: cho - oct

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The choir sang in church.
A chord is a combination of three or more notes that blend harmoniously when sounded together. *
The violin played a chromatic melody.
The crowd gathered in the hall to hear the young musicians play their exciting new composition. *
The orchestra watched the conductor carefully.
A crotchet is a quarter note. *
Dynamics concerns the volume of a sound or note. *
They sang in harmony.
Posture is important when playing a musical instrument.
We liked the instrumental version. *
An interval is the difference in pitch between two notes.
The boy was reminded of a lyric he'd heard in a song. *
She always makes the same mistake when playing the A major scale.
In American English, a minim is called a 'half note'.
Beethoven's 'Moonlight Sonata' is sombre because it is in a minor key.
The musician had to audition to join the band.
He was an octave too high. *

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