There are currently 14 names in this directory beginning with the letter F.
A symbol indicating that the note is to be diminished by one semitone. For example, if we have the note D and we add a flat to it the note now becomes D-flat or D♭.
A composition written for three to six voices. Beginning with the exposition, each voice enters at different times, creating counterpoint with one another.
Singing that is forced may sound strained, and is accompanied by unnecessary tension in the throat.
A symbol that tells the performer to hold a tone or rest for as long as they like, beyond the written note value. It is usually referred to as a pause.
It means False Singing. In male singers, a high register (actually, sung in the female range) similar to the head voice. It has a Minnie Mouse Sound about it. However, unlike the head voice, falsetto cannot blend with the chest voice. Female’s can also sing in a falsetto range.
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