Notes whose lengths are equal to one-eighth the value of a whole note or half the value of a quarter note.
Silence that equals the length of one 8th note.
An Italian term meaning "hastening"; an indication instructing the player to increase the speed, often gradually.
Indications instructing the player to put special emphasis on notes.
Sharps, flats and naturals that do not appear in a key signature.
Two notes played together, usually in one hand but sometimes in both, whose distance is the interval of a 3rd of any quality.
D.C. al Fine
An indication instructing the player to go back to the beginning of a piece and play until "Fine".
An indication instructing the player to play very loudly; louder than forte.
Hand and Finger Techniques
A technique that involves one hand crossing over or under the other.
A type of articulation indicating the player to play smoothly and seamlessly, with the notes slightly overlapped.
A type of articulation indicating the player to play short and light; notes not held for their full value.
Two Note Slurs
Two notes connected together smoothly where the second note is played softer and lighter.
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