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Salon orchestra
[French salon stands for estrado]
Sarabande
[Spain zarabanda]
Saxophone
[from Sax (constructorís surname) and Greek phone stands for sound, voice]
Saz
Sazandari
Scale
Scenario
(Italian scenario)
Scene
Scherzino
(Italian scherzino)
Scherzo
(Italian scherzo stands for joke)
Score
[Italian partitura stands for division, distribution]
Second
[Latin secunda stands for second]
Second subject
Secondary area
Sentence
Septempartite bar
Septet
[German Septett, from Latin septem stands for seven]
Septimole
[Latin septem stands for seven]
Sequence
[Latin sequentia stands for consecution]
Serenata
[Latin serenus stands for clear, Italian al se„ŚÔÓ stands for in the open air]
Seventh
[Latin septima stands for seventh]
Seventh chord
Sextet
[German Sextett, from Latin sextus stands for sixth]
Sextole
[Latin sextus stands for sixth]
Sharp
(Greek diesis stands for increase)
Si
Si major
Si minor
Si-flat
Si-flat major
Si-flat minor
Si-flat minor chord
Simple cadence
Simple counterpoint
Simple fugue
Simple intervals
Simple measures
Simple three- part form
Sinfonietta
Singing voice
Singspiel
(German Singspiel, from singen that is sing and Spiel is play)
Six-five chord
Six-four chord
Sixth
[Latin sexta stands for sixth]
Sixth chord
Small octave
Small seventh chords
Snare drum
Sol
Sol major
Sol minor
Solfeggio
(Italian solfeggio, from solfa stands for music, music signature, gamut)
Sol-flat major
Solmization
(Latin sol-mi stands for transition from one suppositional scale to another one)
Solo
(Italian solo stands for one, single)
Soloist
(Italian solista)
Sol-sharp minor
Sonata
(Italian sonata, from Latin sonare stands for sound)
Sonata allegro
Sonata duet
Sonata form
Sonatina
(Italian sonatina stands for little sonata)


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