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List of musical topics

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This page aims to list articles related to music. This is so that those interested in the subject can monitor changes to the pages by clicking on Related Changes in the sidebar and on the bottom of the page. This page links to itself, so we can track changes to it, too. If you want to create articles about music, consult the list of requested articles about music.

This list is not necessarily complete or up to date - if you see an article that should be here but isn't (or one that shouldn't be here but is), please update the page accordingly. Do note, however, that there is already a list of musical instruments, a list of musical instruments by Hornbostel-Sachs number, a list of musical ensembles, and similar lists exist at composer, musician, record producers, arranger, list of genres of music, list of record labels, and list of songs by name. Please don't add things here that belong on those pages.

Contents: Top - 0-9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A

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

B

BACH motifBack beatBalletBar (music)BaroqueBassBass runBasslineBassoBasso continuoBeat & Beat (music)BeatmatchingBel cantoBinary formBlue noteBluesBlues balladBohlen-Pierce scaleBoogie woogieBraille musicBreakBridgeBritish opera

C

Cadence (music)CadenzaCall and response (music)Canon (music)CantillationCastratoCent (music)ChaconneChamber musicChild singerChoirChoraleChord (music)Chord progressionChorusChromaticChromatic scaleCimbassoCircle of fifthsClappingClefClose harmonyCodaCombination toneCompound metreComposerConcert bandConclusionConsonanceCounterpointCover versionCrescendoCubase

D

Da capoDa capo ariaDanceDance and music of Latin AmericaDefinite pitchDefinition of musicDeutsch's scale illusionDiapasonDiapenteDiatessaronDiatonic functionalityDiatonic scaleDiesisDiminished chordDiminished scaleDiminuendoDiminutionDissonanceDominantDroneDSCHDubreq StylophoneDuetDupleDynamics

E

Ear trainingElectronic musicEqual temperamentEnharmonicEthnomusicologyExposition

F

FalsettoFeedbackFlatted fifthFifthFinale notation programFigured bassForteFortissimoFourthFrequencyFruityloopsFugue

G

GamelanGebrauchsmusikGenreGlissandoGNU LilyPond

H

HarmonicHarmonic accompanimentHarmonic series (music)HarmonyHammond OrganHearing (sense)HemiolaHexachordHornbostel-SachsHymn

I

ImprovisationIndefinite pitchInharmonicInstrumentationInteractive musicInterval (music)Interval classIntonationInversion (music)Irrational rhythmIsorhythm

J

Just intonation

K

Key (music)Key signature

L

LargoLarghettoLeading-toneLearning music by earLegato LeitmotifLigatureLimit (music)LinearList of major chord shapes for guitarList of popular music termsLubbock Sound

M

MadrigalMajor chordMajor secondMajor scaleMajor seventhMajor sixthMajor thirdMaqamMathematics of the Western music scaleMeantone temperamentMeasureMelodyMetreMetronomeMezzo-sopranoMicropolyphonyMicrotonal musicMicrotoneMinor chordMinor secondMinor scaleMinor seventhMinor sixthMinor thirdMissing fundamentalMixMixingModulation (music)MonophonyMotetMotif (music)MouthpieceMusicMusic and politicsMusic historyMusic technologyMusic theoryMusical acousticsMusical bandMusical compositionMusical ensembleMusical genreMusical instrumentMusical keyboardMusical modeMusical notationMusical ornamentMusical pieceMusical terminologyMusical tuningMusicianMusicologyMute (music)

N

Nonchord toneNoteNovelty songNumerical sight-singing

O

OctaveOctave illusionOperaOperettaOratorioOrchestraOrchestrationOrganOrganologyOrnamentOstinatoOvertone

P

Parallel minor/majorPassacagliaPassionPatriotic songPensatoPentatonic scalePerfect fourthPerfect fifthPeriodPeriodicPhonographPhrase (music)Physics of musicPicardy thirdPiston valvePitch (music)Pitch spacePizzicatoPlainsongPolyphonyPolyrhythmPolytonalityPower chordPrecompositionalPrestoProtest songPseudo-octavePsychoacousticsPulsePythagorean commaPythagorean tuning

Q

QuartalQuintalQuodlibet

R

Radio LuxembourgRagaRaggamuffinRangeReason (program)RecitativeRecord labelRecording industryRegister (music)Relative minor/majorRelative pitchRelaxationRemixResolution (music)ResonanceRhapsodyRhythmRhythmic gestureRhythmic unitRiddimRiffRosegardenRotary valveRound (music)

S

Sampling (music)SargamScale (music)ScratchingSecondSecondary dominantSecundalSerial musicSequenceSeventhShape noteSheet musicShepard toneSibelius notation programSinging schoolSingleSight readingSimple meterSimultaneitySimultaneity successionSixthSkipSoloSolfegeSonata formSonataSongSopranoSoundSound qualitySound recordingSound sculptureSound systemStaccatoStaffStepStochasticSträhle's constructionSubdominantSubstitute dominantSuccessionSuiteSuzuki methodSuspension (music)Swung noteSymmetrySympathetic stringsSymphonySyncopationSyntonic comma

T

TablatureTemperamentTempoTenorTensionTernary formTertianTertium majorTertium minorThirdTie (music)TimbreTimeline of trends in music (1900-1950)Timeline of trends in music (1951-present)Time signatureTime unit box systemTone clusterTone rowTonic (music)TonicizationTonic Sol-faTransposing instrumentTransposition (music)TremoloTriad (music)TrillTripletTritoneTuningTupletTwelve-tone technique

U

Unison

V

VerseVerticalVibratoVideo game musicVocal musicVoice registers

W

Wah-wahWolf interval

X

Xenharmonic

Y

Yamaha

Z

fr:Liste de termes musicaux nl:Lijst van muziektermen pl:Podstawowe zagadnienia z zakresu muzyki

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