Musical numbers is just another term for song.
a bit of a song
The Sound of Music in the song "Maria"
Musical pieces that don't have any lyrics or singing are called instrumental pieces.
Scale is the correct musical term.
Lento is the musical term for slow musical passages
Molto cantabile is an Italian musical term. This means song-like. This term is often found at the beginning of a piece.
Melody, song or lyric are terms that refer to a form of expression within a musical genre.
The musical term for voice is "vocals".
The musical term for legato is legato.
it means the main or mostly used part in a song or the main theme
that is the musical term call and responce
Well when you remake a song and and or change the lyrics it is called a Parody.
The musical term for fast or slow is tempo.
The musical term for "Soft and Sweet" is Dolce.
Song with no musical instruments is called "a cappella".
Note is a musical term. It is a sign representing the duration and pitch of a musical sound.
musical term for sweetly
The term musical composition normally refers to an entire song or work, but if the song was only a measure long, I guess it could only refer to a measure.
That's not a musical term.
the musical term for a high female voice is soprano
"Cantabile" is a musical term that means "As if sung." More importantly, it does not mean sung in a punchy fashion, but more of a flowing opera song, which was the rock music of the time that this term was made. The musical term "Cantabile" is commonly mistaken for the spelling, "Contabile" which, in Italian means "Accountant."
'Crookers' isn't actually a term, but the musical project of DJ and producer Francesco "Phra" Barbaglia. He collaborated on the successful song "Day'N'Nite" with Kid Cudi.