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7-limit tuning - 15 equal temperament - 17 equal temperament - 19 equal temperament - 22 equal temperament - 23 equal temperament - 31 equal temperament - 34 equal temperament - 41 equal temperament - 53 equal temperament - 58 equal temperament - 72 equal temperament - 96 equal temperament - 20th-century classical music - 20th-century music - 21st-century classical music - 833 cents scale

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A - A♭ - A♯ - A major - A minor - A-flat major - A-flat minor - A-sharp minor - A cappella - A capriccio - A due - A12 scale - Abbreviation - Abendmusik - Absolute music - Absolute pitch - Accent (music) - Accentus - Accidental - Accompaniment - Acoustic enhancement - Acoustic scale - Ad libitum - Adagio - Added tone chord - Additive rhythm - Adonai malakh mode - Aeolian dominant scale - Aeolian mode - Aesthetics of music - Air - Air à boire - Air de cour - Ajam (maqam) - Akebono scale - Albanian opera - Alberti bass - Album - Aleatoric music - Algaita - Algerian scale - Algorithmic composition - All-interval tetrachord - All-interval twelve-tone row - Alla breve - Allegro - Allemande - Alpha scale - Alta cappella - Altered chord - Altered scale - Alternate bass - Alternatim - Altissimo - Alto - Ambassel scale - Ambrosian chant - Ambitus (music) - American Music Awards - Amusia - Anacrusis - Ancient Celtic music - Ancient music - Andalusian cadence - Andalusian classical music - Andamento - Andean music - Anhemitonic scale - Answer song - Anthem - Antiphon - Arab tone system - Arabic maqam - Arabic music - Arch form - Archlute - Arghul - Aria - Aria di sorbetto - Arioso - Arpeggio - Arrangement - Ars antiqua - Ars nova - Ars subtilior - Arsis and thesis - Art music - Art song - Articulation - Artificial harmonic - Atonality - Attacco - Audio mixing - Auditory illusion - Augmentation - Augmented fifth - Augmented octave - Augmented second - Augmented seventh - Augmented sixth - Augmented third - Augmented triad - Augmented tuning - Augmented unison - Ausmultiplikation - Authentic performance - Avant-garde music - Avaz (music) - Azione teatrale

B

B - B♭ - B♯ - B major - B minor - B-flat major - B-flat minor - BACH motif - Back beat - Background music - Bagatelle (music) - Bagpipes - Balalaika - Ballad opera - Ballade Ballata - Ballet (music) - Band (music) - Bar (music) - Bar form - Barcarolle - Bariolage - Baritenor - Baritone - Baritone violin - Baroque music - Baroque music of the British Isles - Baroque orchestra - Baroque violin - Baryton - Basque music - Bass (sound) - Bass (voice type) - Bass arpeggiation - Bass note - Bass run - Bass saxophone - Bass song - Bass violin - Bass-baritone - Bassanello - Bassist - Bassline - Basso continuo - Basso profondo - Bassoon - Baton (conducting) - Battaglia (music) - Bayati (maqam) - Bayaty-Shiraz (mode) - Bayreuth canon - Bayreuth Festival - Beam - Beat (music) - Beatmatching - Bebung - Beethoven and C minor - Beethoven's compositional method - Beethoven's musical style - Bel canto - Bell pattern - Bell tone - Belting (music) - Berber music - Berceuse - Bergamask - Beste (Turkish music) - Beta scale - Bicinium - Bimodality - Binary form - Beneventan chant - Biomusic - Biomusicology - Birds in music - Bisector (music) - Blind octave - Block chord - Blue note - Blues - Blues ballad - Bohlen–Pierce scale - Bologna School of music - Boogie woogie - Border ballad - Borrowed chord - Bouzouki - Bowed clavier - Boy soprano - Braille music - Brass instrument - Brass quintet - Brass tablature - Bravura - Break (music) - Breath mark - Breedsma - Bridge (music) - Brindisi (music) - British opera - Broken consort - Bruckner rhythm - Burgundian School - Burletta - Bushi (music) - Byzantine lyra - Byzantine music

C

C - C♯ - C major - C minor - C-flat major - C-sharp major - C-sharp minor - Cabaletta - Cadence - Cadenza - Caesura - Call and response (music) - Calypso music - Cambiata - Camerata (music) - Canción - Canon (music) - Canntaireachd - Cantabile - Cantastoria - Cantata - Canticle - Cantiga - Cantillation - Cantore al liuto - Cantus coronatus - Cantus firmus - Canzona - Canzone Napoletana - Canzonetta - Capriccio (music) - Carnatic music - Carnival song - Cassation (music) - Castrato - Catalogue aria - Catalogues of classical compositions - Cauda - Cavatina - Celesta - Cell (music) - Cello - Cello da spalla - Cellone - Cello sonata - Celtic chant - Celtic harp - Celtic music - Cent (music) - Central American music - Chaconne - Chahargah (mode) - Chamber music - Chamber opera - Changing tones - Chanson - Charlemagne and church music - Cheironomy - Chest of viols - Chest voice - Chiaroscuro (music) - Chiavette - Child singer - Chitarra Italiana - Choir - Choral concerto - Choral symphony - Chorale - Chorale motet - Chorale partita - Chord - Chord chart - Chord substitution - Chording - Chordioid - Chord progression - Chord-scale system - Chordal space - Chroma feature - Chromatic chord - Chromatic circle - Chromatic fantasia - Chromatic fourth - Chromatic genus - Chromatic hexachord - Chromatic mediant - Chromatic scale - Chromaticism - Church music - Church music in Scotland - Cibell - Cimbasso - Circle of fifths - Circular breathing - Circus music - Clapping - Clarinet - Clarinet trio - Classical music - Classical music in Scotland - Classical music written in collaboration - Classical period (music) - Clausula (music) - Clavichord - Clef - Clinic (music) - Close and open harmony - Closely related key - Cloud (music) - Coda - Cognitive musicology - Col legno - Colascione - Cologne School (music) - Color (medieval music) - Coloratura soprano - Colored music notation - Colorist (music) - Colotomy - Collaborative piano - Combination tone - Combinatoriality - Comic opera - Comma (music) - Common tone (chord) - Comping - Complement (music) - Complexe sonore - Compound metre - Composer - Composer tributes (classical music) - Comprimario - Concert - Concert aria - Concert band - Concertmaster - Concert performance - Concert pitch - Concert version - Concertato - Concertino (composition) - Concerto - Concerto for Orchestra - Conclusion (music) - Conducting - Conductorless orchestra - Conjunto - Consonance - Consort of instruments - Consort song (musical) - Constant spectrum melody - Constant structure - Contemporary classical music - Contemporary harpsichord - Contenance angloise - Counting (music) - Contrabass oboe - Contrabassophone - Contraforte - Contralto - Contrapuntal motion - Contrast (music) - Convenienze - Coptic music - Copula (music) - Copyist - Cor anglais - Corelli cadence - Cornamuse - Cornett - Count off - Counter-melody - Counterpoint - Countertenor - Country house opera - Country music - Courante - Court music in Scotland - Cover version - Cretan lyra - Critical edition (opera) - Cross-dressing in music and opera - Cross motif - Cross-strung harp - Crusade song - Cubase - Cue note - Culture in music cognition - Curtain call - Cut-out score - Cycle (music) - Cyclic form - Cyclic set - Cymbal

D

D - D♭ - D♯ - D-sharp minor - D major - D minor - D-flat major - D-flat minor - D♯ - Da capo - Da capo aria - Dal segno - Dance music - Dance and music of Latin America - Darmstadt School - Daseian notation - Dastgah - Dates of classical music eras - Decet (music) - Definite pitch - Definition of music - Degenerate music - Degree (music) - Delta scale - Derived row - Descant - Descending tetrachord - Deutsch's scale illusion - Diapason - Diaschisma - Diatessaron - Diatonic and chromatic - Diatonic hexachord - Diatonic scale - Diatonic set theory - Diegetic music - Diesis - Digital sheet music - Diminished fourth - Diminished octave - Diminished second - Diminished seventh - Diminished seventh chord - Diminished sixth - Diminished third - Diminished triad - Diminished tuning - Diminution - Discant - Distance model - Ditone - Ditonic scale - Divertimento - Divisi - Division viol - DJ mix - Dodeka music notation - Dominant - Dominant seventh sharp ninth chord - Dorian mode - Dorian ♭2 scale - Dotted note - Double bass - Double drumming - Double-Function Form - Double stop - Double tonic - Double variation - Double whole note - Dramma giocoso - Dream chord - Dresden amen - Dromoi - Drone - Drone music - Drum - Drum kit - Drum rudiment - DSCH motif - Dubreq Stylophone - Duet - Duettino - Dulab - Dulcian - Dumka (musical genre) - Duodecet - Duodrama - Duration (music) - Dyad (music) - Dynamic tonality - Dynamics

E

E - E♭ - E major - E minor - E-flat major - E-flat minor - Ear training - Early music - Early music festivals - Early music of the British Isles - Early music revival - Earworm - Echos - Eclecticism in music - Ecomusicology - Educational music - Eighth note - Ekphonetic notation - Elastic scoring - Electronic music - Electric piano - Electronic musical instrument - Elements of music - Eleventh - Eleventh chord - Emancipation of the dissonance - Embodied music cognition - Encore - English art song - English bagpipes - English cadence - English Musical Renaissance - Enharmonic - Enharmonic keyboard - Enharmonic scale - Enigmatic scale - Ensalada (music) - Entr'acte - Entrainment - Environmentalism in music - Epidiapente - Equal temperament - Equivalence class (music) - Escala nordestina - Estampie - Étude - Ethnomusicology - Euclidean rhythm - Euouae - Evolutionary musicology - Exposition (music) - Expression pedal - Extension (music) - Eye movement in music reading - Eye music

F

F - F♯ - F major - F minor - F-flat major - F-sharp major - F-sharp minor - F+ (pitch) - Factor (chord) - Faking (Western classical music) - Falset (music) - Falsetto - Falsettone - False relation - Falsobordone - Fandango - Fantasia (music) - Farandole - Farsa - Fasıl - Fauxbourdon - Feedback - Fermata - Festa teatrale - Fifteenth - Fifth (chord) - Figure (music) - Figured bass - Filk music - Fill (music) - Film score - Finale (music) - Finale (software) - Finalis - Fingering (music) - Finger vibrato - Finnish tango - Fioritura - First inversion - First Viennese School - The Five (composers) - Five-finger exercise - Five-limit tuning - Five string violin - Flamenco mode - Flat (music) - Flugelhorn - Flute - Flute choir - Flute quartet - Folia - Folk music - Formalism (music) - Formula composition - Forte - Fortepiano - Fortepiano (musical dynamic) - Fortspinnung - Four note group - Four-part harmony - Fragmentation (music) - Franco-Flemish School - Frankfurt Group - French classical music - French horn - French opera - French overture - French pop music - Frequency - Friction idiophone - Fugue - Function (music) - Fundamental structure - Furniture music - Futurism (music)

G

G - G♭ - G♯ - G major - G minor - G-flat major - G-sharp major - G-sharp minor - G run - Gagaku - Galliard - Gallican chant - Gamelan - Gamelan notation - Gamma scale - Gavotte - Gebrauchsmusik - Geisslerlieder - Generalized keyboard - Generative music - Generative theory of tonal music - Generic and specific intervals - German organ schools - Ghost note - Gigue - Giovane scuola - Glissando - Glockenspiel - Gong - Gongche notation - GNU LilyPond - Grace note - Grand motet - Grand opera - Graphic notation (music) - Grave (music) - Greek musical instruments - Gregorian chant - Gregorian mode - Groove - Group of Eight (music) - Group piano - Grupo de los cuatro - Grupo renovación - Guidonian hand - Gymel

H

Hagiopolitan Octoechos - Half diminished scale - Half note - Half-time (music) - Hammond organ - Hang (instrument) Harmonic - Harmonic major scale - Harmonic rhythm - Harmonic scale - Harmonic series (music) - Harmonic seventh - Harmonization - Harmony - Harp - Harpsichord - Harpsichord-viola - Hauptstimme - Haute-contre - Head (music) - Head voice - Helmholtz pitch notation - Hemiola - Heptatonic scale - Hexachord - Hexatonic scale - Heyrati - Hip hop - Hirajōshi scale - Hirtenschalmei - Historically informed performance - History of lute-family instruments - History of music - History of music publishing - History of sonata form - History of the harpsichord - History of the violin - Holdrian comma - Humayun (mode) - Homophony - Homotonal - Hornbostel-Sachs - Hundred twenty-eighth note - Hungarian minor scale - Hurrian songs - Hymn - Hyperrealism (music) - Hypoaeolian mode - Hypoionian mode - Hypophrygian mode

I

ii–V–I progression - Imitation (music) - Implication-Realization - Impressionism in music - Impromptu - Improvisation - In scale - Incidental music - Incipit - Incomplete repetition - Incomposite interval - Indefinite pitch - Indeterminacy (music) - Indian Classical Music - Industrial music Inganno - Inharmonicity - In scale - Insects in music - Insen scale - Instrumental idiom - Instrumentation (music) - Intabulation - Interactive music - Interdominant - Intermedio - Intermezzo - Interpolation (classical music) - Interval - Interval class - Interval ratio - Interval vector - Intonation - Introduction (music) - Intuitive music - Inversion (music) - Ionian mode - Irmos - Irrational rhythm - Irregular resolution - Islamic music - Ison (music) - Isorhythm - Istrian scale - Italian opera - Italian overture - Iwato scale

J

Japanese mode - Japanese musical scales - Jazz - Jazz standard - Jins - Jubilus - Just intonation

K

Kamancheh - Kammersänger - Kapellmeister - Karabakh Shikastasi (mode) - [[Karaoke] - Kawala - Key - Key signature - Key signature names and translations - Keyboard bass - Keyboard instrument - Keyboard tablature - Keyboardist - Khrennikov's Seven - Klang (music) - Klangfarbenmelodie - Kleisma - Korean court music - Kortholt - Krakebs - Kwitra

L

L'istesso tempo - Lacuna (music) - Lament bass - Landini cadence - Larghetto - Layali - Leading-tone - Lead instrument - Lead sheet - Ledger line - Legato - Leitmotif - Les Six - Letter notation - Level (music) - Libretto - Lied - Ligature - Lilting - Limit (music) - Linear - Linear progression - Lining out - Linzer Orgeltabulatur - Lisztomania - Literaturoper - Live electronic music - Locrian mode - Longa (music) - Ludomusicology - Luri music - Lute - Lute song - Lydian augmented scale - Lydian cadence - Lydian mode - Lyra viol

M

Macro analysis - Madrigal - Madrigal (Trecento) - Madrigal comedy - Madrigale spirituale - Maestoso - Maestro - Magic chord - Major chord - Major fourth and minor fifth - Major limma - Major Locrian scale - Major second - Major scale - Major seventh - Major sixth - Major third - Mandola - Mannheim school - Manualism (hand music) - Manuscript paper - Māori music - March (music) - Marching band - Mariachi - Marimba - Martial music - Masonic music - Mass (music) - Matrix (music) - Maxima (music) - Maximal evenness - Mazurka - Meantone temperament - Measure - Mediant - Medieval music - Melharmony - Melisma - Melodic expectation - Melodic fission - Melodic motion - Melodic pattern - Melody - Melody type - Mensural notation - Mensurstrich - Messa di voce - Method (music) - Metre (hymn) - Metre (music) - Metric modulation - Metronome - Mezzo-soprano - Micropolyphony - Microsound - Microtonal music - Middle Eastern music - Military band - Millioctave - Miming in instrumental performance - Minimal music - Minnesang - Minor chord - Minor diatonic semitone - Minor second - Minor scale - Minor seventh - Minor sixth - Minor third - Minuet - Missing fundamental - Mistuning - Mix tape - Mixed-interval chord - Mixing - Mixolydian mode - Modal frame - Modal voice - Mode - Modernism (music) - Modes of limited transposition - Modified Stave Notation - Modular music - Modulation (music) - Modus (medieval music) - Moment form - Monad (music) - Money note - Monodrama - Monody - Monophony - Monotonic scale - Motet - Motet-chanson - Motif (music) - Mouthpiece (brass) - Mouthpiece (woodwind) - Movement (music) - Mozarabic chant - Mozart and G minor - Mozart effect - Multiphonic - Multiplication (music) - Muqam - Museme - Music - Music acquisition - Music alignment - Music and artificial intelligence - Music and emotion - Music and mathematics - Music and politics - Music appreciation - Music archaeology - Music as a coping strategy - Music box - Music community - Music criticism - Music drama - Music education - Music Encoding Initiative - Music engraving - Music examination - Music festival - Music genre - Music history - Music journalism - Music industry - Music in early modern Scotland - Music in Medieval England - Music in Medieval Scotland - Music in Paris - Music in psychological operations - Music in space - Music in Tatarstan - Music learning theory - Music lesson - Music librarianship - Music manuscript - Musico - Music of Afghanistan - Music of Albania - Music of Algeria - Music of Ancient Greece - Music of Andorra - Music of Argentina - Music of Armenia - Music of Australia - Music of Austria - Music of Badakhshan - Music of Bahrain - Music of Barbados - Music of Belarus - Music of Belgium - Music of Belize - Music of Bermuda - Music of Bolivia - Music of Bosnia and Herzegovina - Music of Brazil - Music of Brunei - Music of Bulgaria - Music of Canada - Music of Catalonia - Music of Chile - Music of Colombia - Music of Costa Rica - Music of Croatia - Music of Cuba - Music of Cyprus - Music of Denmark - Music of Easter Island - Music of Ecuador - Music of Egypt - Music of El Salvador - Music of Estonia - Music of Fiji - Music of Finland - Music of France - Music of French Guiana - Music of Georgia (country) - Music of Germany- Music of Guadeloupe - Music of Guatemala - Music of Guyana - Music of Haiti - Music of Hawaii - Music of Honduras - Music of Hungary - Music of Iceland - Music of India - Music of Indonesia - Music of Iraq - Music of Ireland - Music of Jamaica - Music of Jordan - Music of Kazakhstan - Music of Kenya - Music of Kuwait - Music of Latvia - Music of Lebanon - Music of Libya - Music of Liechtenstein - Music of Lithuania - Music of Luxembourg - Music of Malta - Music of Martinique - Music of Mauritius - Music of Mesopotamia - Music of Mexico - Music of Moldova - Music of Monaco - Music of Mongolia - Music of Montenegro - Music of Morocco - Music of Myanmar - Music of Namibia - Music of New Zealand - Music of Nicaragua - Music of Niue - Music of North Macedonia - Music of Norway - Music of Oman - Music of Palestine - Music of Panama - Music of Paraguay - Music of Peru - Music of Polynesia - Music of Portugal - Music of Puerto Rico - Music of Qatar - Music of Russia - Music of San Marino - Music of Samoa - Music of Saudi Arabia - Music of Scotland - Music of Scotland in the eighteenth century - Music of Scotland in the nineteenth century - Music of Serbia - Music of Seychelles - Music of Singapore - Music of Slovakia - Music of Slovenia - Music of South Korea - Music of Sweden - Music of Switzerland - Music of Syria - Music of Thailand - Music of Thessaly - Music of the Bahamas - Music of the Cayman Islands - Music of the Channel Islands - Music of the Comoros - Music of the Czech Republic - Music of the Dominican Republic - Music of the Faroe Islands - Music of the Federated States of Micronesia - Music of the Lesser Antilles - Music of the Maldives - Music of the Netherlands - Music of the Philippines - Music of the Trecento - Music of the Turks and Caicos Islands - Music of the United Arab Emirates - Music of the United Kingdom - Music of Tibet - Music of Tokelau - Music of Tonga - Music of Tunisia - Music of Turkey - Music of Ukraine - Music of Uruguay - Music of Vatican City - Music of Venezuela - Music of Vienna - Music of Vietnam - Music of Western Sahara - Music of Yemen - Music of Zambia - Music of Zimbabwe - Music piracy - Music psychology - Music publisher (sheet music) - Music-related memory - Music school - Music-specific disorders - Music stand - Music technology - Music theory - Music therapy - Music tourism - Music transposer - Music venue - MusicWriter - Musica ficta - Musica poetica - Musica reservata - Musical acoustics - Musical argument - Musical composition - Musical cryptogram - Musical development - Musical ensemble - Musical expression - Musical form - Musical gesture - Musical hallucinations - Musical historicism - Musical instrument - Musical keyboard - Musical literacy - Musical notation - Musical note - Musical phrasing - Musical prefix - Musical semantics - Musical setting - Musical similarity - Musical syntax - Musical system of ancient Greece - Musical technique - Musical tone - Musical tuning - Musicality - Musician - Musicology - Musique mesurée - Mute (music) - Mystic chord

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Nashville Number System - Natural (music) - Neapolitan scale - Neapolitan School - Nenano - Neobyzantine Octoechos - Neoconservative postmodernism - Neo-Medieval music - Neue Deutsche Härte - Neume - Neuroscience of music - Neutral interval - Neutral sixth - New-age music - New German School - New interfaces for musical expression - New Music Manchester - New musicology - New Venice School - Niente - Ninth - Ninth chord - Nocturne - Noise music - Nonchord tone - Nonet (music) - Non-lexical vocables in music - Notehead - Note nere - Notes inégales - Notre-Dame school - Novelette (music) - Novelty song - Number (music) - Numbered musical notation - Number opera - Numerical sight-singing

O

Obbligato - Oboe - Oboe da caccia - Octatonic scale - Octave - Octave glissando - Octave illusion - Octet (music) - Octoechos - "Ode-to-Napoleon" hexachord - Oeldorf Group - Offstage instrument or choir part in classical music - Oltremontani - Open chord - Opera - Opéra-ballet - Opera buffa - Opéra comique - Opéra féerie - Opera house - Opera in Arabic - Opera in English - Opera in German - Opera in Scotland - Opera semiseria - Opera seria - Operetta - Optical music recognition - Opus number - Oratorio - Orchestra - Orchestral enhancement - Orchestra hit - Orchestra pit - Orchestration - Orff Schulwerk - Organ - Organ tablature - Organetto - Organology - Organum - Oriental riff - Origin of the harp in Europe - Origins of opera - Oriscus - Ornament (music) - Orwell comma - Ostinato - Ossia - Otonality and Utonality - Ottoman classical music - Oversinging - Overtone - Overture

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Pandiatonicism - Pandura - Papadic Octoechos - Parallel and counter parallel - Parallel harmony - Parallel key - Paraphrase mass - Pardessus de viole - Parlour music - Parody mass - Parody music - Parsons code - Part (music) - Partbook- Partimento - Partita - Pasodoble - Passacaglia - Passaggio - Passing chord - Passion music - Pasticcio - Pastorale - Pastorale héroïque - Patter song - Pattern completion - Pavane - Pedal keyboard - Pedal point - Pedal tone - Pelog - Pensato - Pentachord - Pentatonic scale - Percussion instrument - Percussion notation - Perfect fourth - Perfect fifth - Period (music) - Permutation (music) - Perpetuum mobile - Persian scale - Persian traditional music - Pervading imitation - Pesante - Petasti - Petrushka chord - Philosophy of music - Phonograph - Phrase (music) - Phrygian dominant scale - Phrygian mode - Piano - Piano ballade - Piano concerto - Piano duet - Piano extended technique - Piano four hands - Piano history and musical performance - Piano pedagogy - Piano pedals - Piano piece - Piano quartet - Piano quintet - Piano sextet - Piano six hands - Piano solo - Piano sonata - Piano trio - Piano-vocal score - Pianto - Picardy third - Piccolo - Piccolo heckelphone - Piccolo oboe - Piccolo trumpet - Pièce d'occasion - Pierrot ensemble - Pipe band - Pipe organ - Piston valve - Pitch - Pitch axis theory - Pitch class - Pitch class space - Pitch of brass instruments - Pitch space - Pit orchestra - Pizzicato - Plainsong - Playing by ear - Polish opera - Polychord - Polyphonic Era - Polyphony - Polyrhythm - Polystylism - Polytempo - Polytonality - Pop music - Popular music - Portato - Positive organ - Postminimalism - Postmodern music - Post-tonal music theory - Potpourri (music) - Power chord - Precomposition - Predominant chord - Prehistoric music - Prelude (music) - Prelude and fugue - Preparation (music) - Prima donna - Primary tone - Primary triad - Principal (music) - Privileged pattern - Process music - Program music - Progressive music - Progressive tonality - Projected set - Prolation - Prolation canon - Prolongation - Promenade concert - Prompter (opera) - Prosody (music) - Pro Tools - Protein music - Protest song - Pseudo-octave - Psychedelic music - Psychoacoustics - Psychoanalysis and music - Psychology of music preference - Ptolemy's intense diatonic scale - Public domain music - Pulse - Punctualism - Pygmy music - Pyknon - Pythagorean comma - Pythagorean interval - Pythagorean tuning

Q

Qanun (instrument) - Quartal and quintal harmony - Quarter-comma meantone - Quarter note - Quarter tone - Quartet - Quintet - Quintuple meter - Quintus (vocal music) - Quodlibet

R

Rackett - Radio opera - Raga - Rage aria - Range (music) - Ragisma - Rast (mode) - Rastrum - Rauschpfeife - Reason (program) - Rebec - Recapitulation (music) - Recitative - Reciting tone - Record label - Reduction (music) - Reed contrabass - Reggae - Register (music) - Registration (organ) - Regular diatonic tuning - Rehearsal letter - Relative key - Relative pitch - Relaxation - Religious music - Remix - Renaissance music - Repeat sign - Répertoire International des Sources Musicales - Répétiteur - Repetition (music) - Requiem - Reprise - Rescue opera - Research in music education - Resolution (music) - Resonance - Rest (music) - Retrograde (music) - Retrograde inversion - Rhaita - Rhapsody (music) - Rhythm - Rhythm in Arabic music - Rhythm section - Rhythmic gesture - Rhythmic mode - Rhythmic unit - Ricercar - Riddim - Riff - Ripieno - Ripieno concerto - Ritornello - Ritsu and ryo scales - Rock music - Rock music in France - Rock music in Portugal - Rock music in Russia - Roman School - Romantic music - Romantische Oper - Rondalla - Rondellus - Rondo - Rondò - Root (chord) - Rosegarden - Rosette (music) - Rotary valve - Rothphone - Roulade (music) - Round (music) - Rubab (instrument) - Rule of the octave - Rumba - Russian classical music - Russian opera - Russian romance

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Sacher hexachord - Schenkerian analysis - Schoenberg hexachord - Sacred Harp - Sainete - Saint Martial school - Sámi music - Sampling (music) - Sarabande - Sarrusophone - Satz - Savart - Savoy opera - Saxophone - Scale (music) - Scale of harmonics - Scale-step - Scherzo - Schisma - Schismatic temperament - Science fiction opera - Scientific pitch notation - Scordatura - Scratching - Scroll (music) - Second inversion - Second Viennese School - Seconda pratica - Secondary dominant - Section (music) - Secular music - Secundal - Segah - Segue (music) - Seikilos epitaph - Semicomma - Semi-contrabassoon - Semitone - Sensitive style - Sentence (music) - Septet - Septimal chromatic semitone - Septimal comma - Septimal diatonic semitone - Septimal diesis - Septimal kleisma - Septimal major third - Septimal meantone temperament - Septimal minor third - Septimal quarter tone - Septimal semicomma - Septimal third tone - Septimal tritone - Septimal whole tone - Sequence (music) - Sequence (musical form) - Serenade - Serialism - Seventh (chord) - Seventh chord - Seventh octave - Sextet - Sextuple metre - Shakuhachi musical notation - Shape note - Sharawadji effect - Sharp (music) - Sheet music - Shepard tone - Shinto music - Shorthand for orchestra instrumentation - Shur (mode) - Shushtar (mode) - Sibelius (scorewriter) - Siciliana - Siffernotskrift - Sigah - Similarity relation (music) - Simplified music notation - Sinfonia - Sinfonia concertante - Singakademie - Singing - Singing school - Single (music) - Singspiel - Sight-reading - Simple meter - Simultaneity - Sixteenth note - Sixth - Sixth chord - Sketch (music) - Slash chord - Slide (musical ornament) - Slide trumpet - Slur (music) - Social history of the piano - Sociomusicology - Soft pedal - Soggetto cavato - Solfège - Solita forma - Solmization - Solo - Solo tuning - Sonata - Sonata cycle - Sonata da chiesa - Sonata form - Sonata theory - Sonatina - Song - Song cycle - Song structure - Sonorism - Sopranissimo - Sopranist - Soprano - Soprano sfogato - Sordun - Sori (music) - Sostenuto - Sotto voce (music) - Soul music - Sound - Sound and music computing - Sound hole - Sound icon - Sound quality - Sound recording and reproduction - Sound sculpture - Sound system - Spaltklang - Spanish opera - Spatial music - Spectral music - Spiccato - Spieloper - Spinto - Spinto soprano - Spiral array model - Spontaneous composition - Sprechgesang - Squillo - Stab (music) - Staccato - Staff (music) - Stagione - Stem (music) - Stentato - Steps and skips - Stile concitato - Stile rappresentativo - Sting (musical phrase) - Sting (percussion) - Stochastic - Stopped note - Strain (music) - Strähle's construction - Stretto - String instrument - String octet - String piano - String quartet - String quintet - String resonance - String section - String sextet - String trio - Strophic form - Style brisé - Sub-bass - Subdominant - Submediant - Subminor and supermajor - Subtonic - Suite - Sung-through - Superius - Supertonic - Suspension (music) - Sustain pedal - Suzuki method - Swing - Symmetric scale - Symmetry - Sympathetic string - Sympathy (music) - Symphonic music in Iran - Symphonic poem - Symphony - Syncopation - Synthesizer - Synthetic mode - Synthetic scale - Syntonic comma - Syriac sacral music - Systematic musicology - Systems music

T

Tablature - Table canon - Tacet - Tafelmusik - Tambourine - Tarantella - Tarantella Napoletana - Tasto solo - Tatum (music) - Temperament - Temperament ordinaire - Tempo - Tempo rubato - Tenor - Tenor violin - Tenore contraltino - Tenore di grazia - Tenoroon - Tension (music) - Tenuto - Ternary form - Tertian - Tertium major - Terzschritt - Tessitura - Tetrachord - Tetrad (music) - Tetratonic scale - Text declamation - Theatre music - Thematic transformation - Theorbo - Theoretical key - Theosophy and music - Third (chord) - Thirteenth - Thirty-second note - Thirty-two-bar form - Three-hand effect - Three-key exposition - Through-composed - Thumb position - Tie (music) - Tiento - Timbre - Timbre composition - Timeline of trends in Italian music - Time point - Time signature - Time unit box system - Timing (music) - Timpani - Tiorbino - Toccata - Tonality - Tonality diamond - Tonality flux - Tone - Tone Clock - Tone cluster - Tone row - Tongan music notation - Tonic (music) - Tonicization - Tonic Sol-fa - Tonnetz - Tonus peregrinus - Total chromatic - Totalism - Trance music - Traditional Gaelic music - Tragédie en musique - Traité de l'harmonie réduite à ses principes naturels - Transcription (music) - Transformation (music) - Transformational theory - Transition from Renaissance to Baroque in instrumental music - Transposing instrument - Transposition (music) - Treatise on Instrumentation - Treble (sound) - Treble flute - Treble voice - Tremolo - Triad (music) - Triangle (musical instrument) - Trill - Triple contrabass viol - Tritone - Tritone paradox - Tritone substitution - Tritonic scale - Triumphal march - Trombone - Troubadour - Trouvère - Trumpet - Trumpet voluntary - TTBB - Tuba - Tuna (music) - Tuning - Tuplet - Turkish Five - Turkish folk music - Turkish music (style) - Tutti - Twelve-tone technique - Two hundred fifty-sixth note - Tydorel

U

Ukrainian Dorian scale - Undertone series - Unfigured bass - Unfolding (music) - Unified field - Unison - Universal key

V

Variation (music) - Venetian polychoral style - Venetian School (music) - Verismo - Vernacular music - Verrophone - Verse anthem - Verse–chorus form - Verso sciolto - Vertical viola - Vibraphone - Vibrato - Video game music - Vienna horn - Vienna New Year's Concert - Viennese trichord - Villanella - Viol - Viola - Viola bastarda - Viola d'amore - Viola organista - Viola pomposa - Viola profonda - Violin - Violin family - Violin octet - Violin sonata - Violino piccolo - Violotta - Virelai - Virtuoso - Vocal fry register - Vocal music - Vocal pedagogy - Vocal range - Vocal register - Vocal weight - Vogel's Tonnetz - Voice classification in non-classical music - Voice crossing - Voice exchange - Voicing (music) - Voluntary (music)

W

Wagner tuba - Wah-wah - Waltz (music) - War of the Romantics - Well temperament - White voice - Wienerlied - Whole note - Wind instrument - Wind quartet - Wind quintet - Women in music - Woodwind doubler - Woodwind instrument - Woodwind quartet - Wolf interval - Word painting - Wordless functional analysis

X

Xenharmonic - Xhosa music - Xylophone

Y

Yo scale - Yoruba music

Z

Zarzuela - Zeitoper - Zhonghu - Zither - Znamenny chant - Zoomusicology - Zukra

Lists

Chord progressions - Chords - Chronological lists of classical composers - Classical and art music traditions - Classical music concerts with an unruly audience response - Composers - Compositions in just intonation - Cultural and regional genres of music - Intervals in 5-limit just intonation - Italian musical terms used in English - Major/minor compositions - Major opera composers Meantone intervals - Music museums - Music software - Music styles - Music theorists - Musical genres by era - Musical instruments - Musical instruments by Hornbostel–Sachs number - Musical scales and modes - Musical symbols - Musicology topics - Opera librettists Ornaments - Performances of French grand operas at the Paris Opéra - Period instruments - Pipe organ stops - Pitch intervals - Principal conductors by orchestra - List of program music - Quarter tone pieces - Styles of music: A–F - Styles of music: G–M - Styles of music: N–R - Styles of music: S–Z - Symphony orchestras - Tone rows and series


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