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Index of music articles

This page is a list articles related to music.

A

A cappellaAbsolute pitchAccidentalAccompanimentAd libitumAdagioAdded tone chordAdditive rhythmAlbumAleatoric musicAllegroAltoAmbiguityAmerican Music AwardsAntiphonArrangementArticulationAspects of musicAtonalityAudio mixingAuditory illusionAuthentic performanceAugmentationAugmented chord

B

BACH motifBack beatBalletBand (music)Bar (music)Baroque musicBassBass runBasslineBassoBasso continuoBeat (music)BeatmatchingBel cantoBinary formBlue noteBluesBlues balladBohlen–Pierce scaleBoogie woogieBrahmanadaBraille musicBreak (music)Bridge (music)British opera

C

Cadence (music)CadenzaCall and response (music)Calypso musicCanon (music)CantillationCaribbean Hot 30CastratoCent (music)ChaconneChamber musicChild singerChicano punkChoirChoraleChord (music)Chord progressionChromatic chordChromatic fantasiaChromatic genusChromatic scaleCimbassoCircle of fifthsClappingClefClose harmonycodaCombination toneCompound metreComposerConductor (music)Concert bandConclusion (music)ConsonanceCounterpointCover versionCubase

D

Da capoDa capo ariaDanceDance and music of Latin AmericaDefinite pitchDefinition of musicDeutsch's scale illusionDiapasonDiapenteDiatessaronDiatonic functionalityDiatonic scaleDiesisDiminished scaleDiminished seventh chordDiminished triadDiminutionDissonanceDJ mixDominantDroneDSCHDubreq StylophoneDuetDupleDynamics

E

Ear trainingElectronic musicEqual temperamentEnharmonicEthnomusicologyExposition

F

FalsettoFeedbackFifthFilk musicFinale notation programFigured bassFilm scoreFlatted fifthFolk musicForteFourthFrequencyFugue

G

GamelanGebrauchsmusikGenreGhost noteGlissandoGNU LilyPondGrace noteGroove

H

Hearing (sense)HemiolaHexachordHornbostel-SachsHymnHip hop

I

ImprovisationIndefinite pitchIndeterminacy in musicIndian Classical MusicInharmonicInstrumentation (music)Interactive musicInterval (music)Interval classIntonationIntuitive musicInversion (music)Irrational rhythmIsorhythmIndustrial (music)

J

JazzJazz standardsJust intonation

K

Key (music)Key signature

L

L'istessoLargoLarghettoLeading-toneLearning music by earLegatoLeitmotifLigatureLimit (music)LinearList of major chord shapes for guitarList of music softwareList of most sad English songs; List of popular music termsLubbock Sound

M

MadrigalMajor chordMajor secondMajor scaleMajor seventhMajor sixthMajor thirdMaqamMariachi Mathematics of the Western music scaleMeantone temperamentMeasureMelodyMetre (music)MetronomeMezzo-sopranoMicropolyphonyMicrotonal musicMicrotoneMinor chordMinor secondMinor scaleMinor seventhMinor sixthMinor thirdMissing fundamentalMix tapeMixingModern musical symbolsModulation (music)MonophonyMotetMotif (music)Mouthpiece (brass)Mouthpiece (woodwind)MusicMusic and politicsMusic criticMusic genreMusic historyMusic journalistMusic schoolMusic technologyMusic theoryMusical acousticsMusical compositionMusical ensembleMusical formMusical instrumentMusical keyboardMusical modeMusical notationMusical noteMusical ornamentMusical pieceMusical terminologyMusical tuningMusicianMusicologyMute (music)

N

New interfaces for musical expressionNonchord toneNovelty songNumberNumber operaNumerical sight-singingNeue Deutsche Härte

O

OrnamentOstinatoOvertone

P

PastanceParallel minor/majorPassacagliaPassion musicPatriotic songPatter songPensatoPentatonic scalePerfect fourthPerfect fifthPeriod (music)PhonographPhrase (music)Physics of musicPianoPicardy thirdPipe bandPiston valvePitch (music)Pitch spacePizzicatoPlainsongPolyphonyPolyrhythmPolytonalityPop musicPower chordPrecompositionalPrestoPro ToolsProtest songPseudo-octavePsychoacousticsPulsePythagorean commaPythagorean tuning

Q

Quartal and quintal harmonyQuodlibet

R

RabindrasangeetRadio Luxembourg (English)RagaRaggamuffin musicRange (music)Reason (program)RecitativeRecord labelRecording industryReggaeRegister (music)Relative minor/majorRelative pitchRelaxationRemixResolution (music)ResonanceRhapsody (music)RhythmRhythmic gestureRhythmic unitRiddimRiffRock musicRoland CorporationRosegardenRotary valveRound (music)

S

Sampling (music)SargamScale (music)ScratchingSecond (music)Secondary dominantSecundalSegue (music)Serial musicSequence (music)SeventhShape noteSheet musicShepard toneSibelius notation programSinging schoolSingle (music)Sight readingSimple meterSimultaneitySimultaneity successionSixthSolo (music)SolfegeSonata formSonata (music)SongSopranoSoul musicSoundSound qualitySound recordingSound sculptureSound systemStab (music)StaccatoSteps and skipsStaffStepStochasticSträhle's constructionString resonance (music)SubdominantSubstitute dominantSuiteSuzuki methodSuspension (music)Swung noteSymmetrySympathetic stringsSymphonySyncopationSynthesizerSyntonic comma

T

TablatureTemperamentTempoTenorTensionTernary formTertianTertium majorTertium minorTetrachordTheatre musicThirdTie (music)TimbreTime signatureTime unit box systemTone clusterTone rowTonic (music)TonicizationTonic Sol-faTotal chromaticTransposing instrumentTransposition (music)TremoloTriad (music)TrillTripletTritoneTuningTupletTuttiTwelve-tone technique

U

Unison

V

VerseVerticalVibratoVideo game musicVienna hornVocal musicVoice registers

W

Wah-wahWolf interval

X

Xenharmonic

Y

Yamaha

Z

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