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1.

cantata

  musical style in 18th-century Europe characterized as excessive, ornate and trivial

  notes played legato or sung to one syllable

  choral composition, often religious

  symbol on a stave in music defining the pitch of notes

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2.

natural

  musical style in 18th-century Europe characterized as excessive, ornate and trivial

  (symbol indicating) a note that is not a sharp or flat

  quick slight variation in the pitch of a note

  notes played legato or sung to one syllable

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3.

vibrato

  choral composition, often religious

  closing section of a musical composition

  symbol on a stave in music defining the pitch of notes

  quick slight variation in the pitch of a note

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4.

clef

  symbol on a stave in music defining the pitch of notes

  elaborate passage for a solo instrumentalist or singer

  closing section of a musical composition

  recurrent theme associated with particular person or idea in musical work

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5.

coda

  music for a group of six instruments or voices

  closing section of a musical composition

  (symbol indicating) a note that is not a sharp or flat

  lively piece of music

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6.

rondo

  elaborate passage for a solo instrumentalist or singer

  choral composition, often religious

  closing section of a musical composition

  musical form with a recurring theme

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7.

rococo

  closing section of a musical composition

  choral composition, often religious

  musical style in 18th-century Europe characterized as excessive, ornate and trivial

  sequence of notes closing a musical phrase

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