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                                                                  Musical skills and understanding
Chorale Chord
Chromatic Clef
a German hymn tune
two or more notes played or sung together
using all the semitones, as in the chromatic scale or in chromatic harmony
a sign used to determine the name and pitch of the notes on the stave. The treble clef and bass clef are most commonly used, but a C clef is sometimes used for alto and tenor parts.
the female alto voice
the adult male alto voice repeat from the beginning
go back to the sign 
in a cathedral, the side of the choir on which the Dean sits. Usually the right hand side on entering the choir from the nave.
Col, colla, con Contralto Counter-tenor Da capo
(or D.C.)
Dal segno (or D.S.)
Decani (or Dec.)

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