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Match the musical terms with the definition.

텍스트 일치 (클릭하고 드래그)   

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텍스트 매치

note

octave

consonance

interval

fundamental

overtones

harmonic series

timbre

클릭하고 드래그

the difference in pitch between a note and a second note that has twice the frequency of the first note

the frequency relationships between the fundamental and the overtones

it is the most dominant sound produced by a musical instrument

the distance between two notes

two notes played simultaneously on the piano that interfere harmoniously

sound quality

a sound of definite pitch produced by a singing voice or musical instrument

sounds produced at higher frequencies than the fundamental


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