2. What is pitch? is the frequency of a sound, and it relates to the highness or lowness of a tone that we hear.
3. What is syncopation? What types of music use syncopation? Syncopation is involving placing emphasis on normally un-emphasized beats or using a rest on a normally emphasized beat. Types of music that use it is ska, reggae, rap, jazz, and some forms of metal
4. What are three examples of forms of music? Describe each form. The small phrases or series of notes that comprise one part of a piece of music for example 12-bar blues is a chord progression that is common in many popular forms of music. Essentially, this form of music indicates when a chord change will happen in the music. A concerto is a musical piece in which one solo instrument (such as a piano or violin) is accompanied by an orchestra. Typically a concerto is structured into three different parts or movements In some cases, a composition may be called a sonata if it was designated as such by the composer rather than having the piece meet other criteria for a sonata. The last one is Symphony is a musical piece that has been scored for a full orchestra; it is often an extended composition Many symphonies have four parts or movements, with the first movement in sonata form.
5. What is form in music? is referred to