There are a few different musical terms that refer to a composed invisible note. Cues are notes that are composed but not played.
Note is a musical term. It is a sign representing the duration and pitch of a musical sound.
The Latin term meaning half note is minim.
The musical term "fermata" refers to how long a note is held. If there is a fermata above the note then the note is held for longer than the usual amount of time.
Semibreve is the British term for "whole note."
The first note in a scale is called the root or tonic. Tonic is a more precise musical term for it.
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I believe the term is a chord. Two is an interval and one is a note.
I think the term you're looking for is melodic.
Treble or Bass, depending on the variation of frequency from the original note.
When it comes to music, the term "HIGH" means that you have to play a high note, meaning a note that would sound louder than a previous one. The louder the note the higher the pitch.
Pitch is the frequency of a note determining how high or low it sounds.
Scale is the correct musical term.
Quaver. Depends what you mean by short, though. It could also be staccato.
Lento is the musical term for slow musical passages
The musical term for voice is "vocals".
The musical term for legato is legato.
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