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Grade 2 Theory Terms

Amy

These are the terms needed for Grade 2 theory for the Royal Conservatory of Music. I used this puzzle to study for my exam :)(it includes all the terms up until the Grade 2 exam) Enjoy!

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1.very slow
3.majestic
6.very fast
7.more movement
11.simple
13.always, continuously
15.one string; depress the left (piano) pedal
16.marked or stressed
17.suddenly slower, held back
18.Maelzel's metronome
22.slowly (French)
24.dying; fading away
25.light; lightly
28.less movement; slower
30.second; second or lower part of a duet (end in 'o')
32.slowing down gradually
33.yield; hold the tempo back
34.above
37.becoming slower and softer
40.slow; slowly (German)
44.smooth
45.for stringed instruments; pluck the strings instead of bowing
46.and (ending with 'd')
47.sustained
50.the interval of an octave
52.held; sustained
53.sad; mournful
55.very loud
56.proceed without a break
57.suddenly
61.not
62.broadly
63.first; the upper part of a duet (end in 'o term')
64.grand; grandiose
66.lively
70.at the liberty of the performer
72.a combination of two or more different chords
74.becoming louder
77.resolute
79.broadening, becoming slower
82.moderately slow; at a walking pace
84.tempo; motion
86.becoming softer (hint: 'dim')
87.moving
89.for stringed instruments; resume bowing after a pizzicato passage
90.slowing down
93.becoming quicker
95.with
96.lively, animated
97.at a moderate tempo
100.moderate; moderately
105.but
106.with grace
108.two octaves higher
109.continue in the same manner as has just been indicated
110.little
112.left hand
113.lively; brisk
114.soft, under the breath
117.turn the page quickly
118.return to the normal register
120.moderately loud
121.as fast as possible
122.from the sign
123.in the manner of (term ending in 'a')
124.much, very
125.with pedal
Down
2.slow and solemn
4.playful
5.very soft
6.weighty; with emphasis
8.light, nimble, quick
9.spirited
10.at a comfortable, easy tempo
12.return to the original tempo (starting with 'a')
14.with movement
18.at a moderate tempo (Italian)
19.very
20.sweet, gentle
21.in a singing style
23.sonorous (full and rich in sound)
26.quiet, tranquil
27.not as slow as largo
29.strongly accented; hammered
31.from the beginning
33.a chord consisting of at least 3 adjacent notes of a scale
35.brilliant
36.graceful
37.with vigor, spirit
38.much, very much
39.sad
41.a sudden strong accent of a single note or chord
42.more
43.with some freedom of tempo to enhance musical expression
48.speed at which music is performed
49.three strings; release the left (piano) pedal
51.loud, then suddenly soft
54.a passage for the ensemble
57.without
58.agitated
59.fast
60.with fire
65.fairly fast (a little slower than allegro)
67.little by little
68.fast (German)
69.moderately soft
71.becoming softer (hint: 'dec')
73.a chord consisting of a root, third, fifth, and seventh
75.well (ending without the 'e')
76.with expression
78.with expression (German)
80.the same tempo
81.pedal
83.a chord built on a series of 4ths
85.be silent
88.a little faster than andante
91.not too much
92.too much
94.expressive; with expression
95.with mute
98.repeat from the beginning and end at Fine
99.the end
101.pressing, becoming faster
102.almost, as if
103.right hand
104.a slow tempo (slower than andante, but not as slow as largo)
107.slow
111.humorous; jocose
113.time
115.a chord consisting of a root, third, and fifth
116.fast (French)
119.with (ending without the " l' ", 'la', or 'le')

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