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what is an element in music


There are a number of musical elements:
rhythm, melody, dynamics, harmony, tempo, timbre, articulation, texture and form.

You can find definitions for these by clicking on MUSIC under SUBJECTS on the left side of your screen, and then click on Music Dictionary.

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