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Bowed-string instrument of middle range; the second-highest member of the violin family.
Choral music performed without instrumental accompaniment.
Interval between two notes of the same pitch; the simultaneous playing of the same note.
Large work for orchestra, generally in three or four movements.
A sudden stress or accent on a single note or chord, indicated in the musical score by the marking "sf" or "sfz".
突然很強地彈奏一個音或一個和弦, 樂譜上的標示為\"sf\" 或 \"sfz\"
Twentieth century sacred music style associated with Protestant African-Americans.
Night piece; common in the nineteenth century, often for piano.
The process of changing from one key to another.
Good morning denotes a conventionally used expression of greeting when two people or more meet during the day time.
A Chinese lute with four silk strings; played as solo and ensemble instrument.