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Musik; Noten

music (n, uncount)

[ˈmju:zɪk]

2

musikalisch; Musik-

musical (adj)

[ˈmju:zikəl]

3

Klang

sound (n)

[saʊnd]

4

singen

to sing (v) (sang/sung, sung)

[sɪŋ] [sæŋ] [sʌŋ]

5

Stimme

voice (n)

[vɔɪs]

6

Komposition, Musikstück

composition (n)

[ˌkɑ:mpəˈzɪʃən]

7

komponieren

to compose (v)

[kəmˈpoʊz]

8

schreiben, komponieren

to write (v) (wrote, written)

[raɪt]

9

Lied, Song

song (n)

[sɑ:ŋ]

10

Liedtext

lyrics (n, pl)
words (n, pl)

[ˈlɪrɪks]
[wɜ:rdz]

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Komponist(in)

composer (n)

[kəmˈpoʊzɚ]

12

Refrain

chorus (n)

[ˈkɔ:rəs]

13

Melodie

melody (n)

[ˈmelədi]

14

Ton

tone (n)

[toʊn]

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(Instrument-)Stimmung; Melodie

tune (n)

[tu:n]

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Note(nzeichen)

note (n)

[noʊt]

17

Tonleiter

scale (n)

[skeɪl]

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üben

to practice (AE) (v)

[ˈpræktɪs]

19

Tonhöhe; Stimmlage

pitch (n)

[pɪtʃ]

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Rhythmus

beat (n)

[bi:t]

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Harmonie

harmony (n, uncount)

[ˈhɑ:rməni]

22

Akkord

chord (n)

[kɔ:rd]

23

spielen

to play (v)

[pleɪ]

24

(Musik-)Instrument

instrument (n)

[ˈɪnstrəmənt]

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Klavier

piano (n)

[piˈænoʊ]

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Orgel

organ (n)

[ˈɔ:rgən]

27

Gitarre

guitar (n)

[gɪˈtɑ:r]

28

Trommel

drum (n)

[drʌm]

29

elektronisches Klavier, Keyboard

keyboard (n, pl)

[ˈki:bɔ:rd]

30

Saiteninstrument

stringed instrument (n)

[ˌstrɪŋdˈɪnstrəmənt]

31

Geige

violin (n)

[ˌvaɪəˈlɪn]

32

Viola, Bratsche

viola (n)

[vaɪˈoʊlə]

33

Cello

cello (n)

[ˈtʃeloʊ]

34

Harfe

harp (n)

[hɑ:rp]

35

Banjo

banjo (n)

[ˈbænʤoʊ]

36

Holzblasinstrumente

woodwind (n, uncount)

[ˈwʊdwɪnd]

37

Blockflöte

recorder (n)

[rɪˈkɔ:rdɚ]

38

Querflöte

flute (n)

[flu:t]

39

Klarinette

clarinet (n)

[ˌklerɪˈnet / ˌklærɪˈnet]

40

Saxophon

saxophone (n)

[ˈsæksəfoʊn]

41

Dudelsack

bagpipes (n, pl)

[ˈbægpaɪps]

42

Blechblasinstrumente

brass (n, uncount)

[bræs]

43

Trompete

trumpet (n)

[ˈtrʌmpət]

44

Posaune

trombone (n)

[trɑ:mˈboʊn]

45

Tuba

tuba (n)

[ˈtu:bə]

46

Musiker(in)

musician (n)

[mju:ˈzɪʃən]

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Spieler(in)

player (n)

[ˈpleɪɚ]

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Sänger(in)

singer (n)

[ˈsɪŋɚ]

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Gitarrist(in)

guitarist (n)

[gɪˈtɑ:rɪst]

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Schlagzeuger(in)

drummer (n)

[ˈdrʌmɚ]

51

Pianist(in)

pianist (n)

[ˈpi:ənɪst]

52

Dirigent(in)

conductor (n)

[kənˈdʌktɚ]

53

klassische Musik

classical music (n, uncount)

[ˌklæsɪkəlˈmju:zɪk]

54

Oper

opera (n)

[ˈɑ:pərə]

55

Musical

musical (n)

[ˈmju:zikəl]

56

Jazz

jazz (n, uncount)

[ʤæz]

57

Folkmusik

folk (n, ucount)

[foʊk]

58

Reggae

reggae (n, ucount)

[ˈregeɪ]

59

Gospel-Musik

gospel (n, ucount)

[ˈgɑ:spəl]

60

Blues

blues (n, ucount)

[blu:z]

61

Rock and Roll

rock’n’roll (n, ucount)

[ˌrɑ:kənˈroʊl]

62

Rockmusik

rock (n, ucount)

[rɑ:k]

63

Heavy-Metal

heavy metal (n, ucount)

[ˌheviˈmet̬əl]

64

Punk-Rock

punk (n, ucount)

[pʌŋk]

65

Rap

rap (n, ucount)

[ræp]

66

Hip-Hop

hip hop (n, ucount)

[ˈhɪphɑ:p]

67

Popmusik

pop (n, ucount)

[pɑ:p]

68

Techno

techno (n, ucount)

[ˈteknoʊ]

69

Konzert

concert (n)

[ˈkɑ:nsɚt]

70

stattfinden

to take place (phrasal, v) (took place, taken place)

[ˌteɪkˈpleɪs] [ˌtʊkˈpleɪs] [ˌteɪkənˈpleɪs]

71

Tournee

tour (n)

[tʊr]

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im Freien, Freiluft-

open-air (adj)

[ˌoʊpənˈer]

73

Festival

festival (n)

[ˈfestɪvəl]

74

Gruppe, Band

group (n)
band (n)

[gru:p]
[bænd]

75

Orchester

orchestra (n)

[ˈɔ:rkɪstrə]

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Chor

choir (n)

[kwaɪɚ]

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