There are 29 names in this directory beginning with the letter T.
Tablature – A system of notation for stringed instruments. The notes are indicated by the finger positions.
Highest male voice with a range from one octave below middle C to the A immediately above middle C.
It means texture and defines the average pitch level that most frequently occurs within a given piece. Eg, the song may start low, but if most of the notes are in a higher range, so the song would be described as a high tessitura.
The most important melody at any specific time in a musical work. There can be one main theme in a work, or many themes.
A musical term referring to a curved line over 2 notes that indicates that the note is to be held for the duration specified.
Symbol at the start of a song or music score, indicating the number of beats to a measure or bar.
Sum of relations existing between the tones of a scale or musical system. Can refer to the quality of tones, the sound quality of a note, and also refer to the quality which affect the mood, expression or feelings.
Intonation, pitch and modulation of a piece of music or song, affecting the mood, expression or feel.The quality of your voice that results from the resonance reinforcement of the tone initially produced in your larynx. Every voice has a specific colour, which can be described as warm, dark, light or heavy . Two singers singing exactly the same notes will sound completely different to each other.
A sign that indicates the G above middle C, placed on the second line of the staff; Also known as the G clef.
An operatic technique used mostly, by sopranos. A trill consists of a rapid alternation between two notes, usually a half step or a step apart.
A nasally vocal technique used to achieve a powerful, crisp breathless head voice and to help create one voice. When singing from your head voice and moving into your chest voice.