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Study the word list: Key Stage 3: Music: orc - voc

Word list: Key Stage 3: Music: orc - voc

The orchestra played softly in the background.
He enjoyed orchestral music.
The word 'ostinato' refers to a continually repeated musical phrase or rhythm.
Harry plays percussion.
Her singing was slightly off pitch.
In American English, a quaver is called an 'eighth note'.
James plays rhythm guitar.
Ordnance survey maps are maps drawn to scale showing great detail.
He followed the score closely while listening to the recording.
In American English, a semibreve is called a 'whole note'.
synchronise British English spelling
Synchronise our watches.
Syncopation involves a variety of rhythms.
It was played at a fast tempo.
A ternary is a three part musical.
Timbre is the unique quality of an instruments sound.
A triad is a set of three notes.
The music teacher said she had great vocal talent.

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