Music Terms Quiz A-Z
Music Terms Quiz
Starting with letters A-Z
Since terms range many topics and languages, this quiz is quite tricky!
How many advanced music terms do you know?
Note or notes that are commonly called "a pickup" is technically called?
Short and whimsical styled piece with no set form, credited to
François Couperin is a called
What word is often used to indicate the instrument the harpsichord?
18th century instrumental composition intended for entertainment is called?
An ancient Greek instrument with forty strings is called?
An artificial high voice used to sing notes that are above the normal range is called?
Courtly dance of the late 16th and early 17th century in triple metre is called?
Keyboard instrument that produces its sounds by means of air from bellows is called?
Pastoral or sentimental character composition that is often instrumental is called?
Traditional Spanish dance, evolved into an orchestral composition by the Russian composer Glinka is called?
Mozart's compositions were cataloged and numbered by the Austrian scientist named?
Text of an opera or similar vocal work, originally issued in a small printed book is called?
Choral composition, usually based on a religious text is called?
Closing note or notes usually played at the end of a trill is called?
Term used to indicate an additional instrumental part that cannot be omitted is called?
Baroque dance variation form on a short melodic pattern usually occurring in the bass is called?
Light-hearted composition generally containing a combination of well known tunes is called?
Brisk French folk-dance, occasionally found in instrumental dance suites of the 17th and 18th centuries is called?
Name of device used in a fugue, where the 2nd voice presents the subject, overlapping the 1st voice is called?
Electronic instrument where player's hands motions (in the air), change pitch and dynamics is called?
The term that means to use the piano's soft pedal is called?
Musician with amazing technique and master of their art is called?
Name of song cycle for voice and piano by Franz Schubert is called?
Small Chinese gong beaten with a stick or a thin plate is called?
Style of Swiss singing, involving switching voice types and warbling is called?
German term meaning to go back to the original tempo after an accelerando is called?
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