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E
Third note of the C major scale.

Écossais
Scottish, in Scottish style.

E dur
Key of E major.

Eighth
octave.

Eighth note and eighth rest
Eighth note and restA note and rest half the length of a quarter note and an eighth of the length of a whole note.

Eighth notes
Eighth note and restTwo eighth notes next to each other. Both these eighth notes beamed together equal one quarter note.

Elegy
A composition of a mournful and commemorative character.

Eleventh
An interval comprised of an octave and a fourth.

Embellishment
Ornamentation.

Embouchure
The mouthpiece of a wind instrument or the position and management of the mouth and lips of the player.

E mol
Key of E minor.

Encore
To repeat a piece or play an additional piece at the end of a performance.

Enharmonic
A term used to describe notes of the same pitch which have different names, e.g. cSharp and dFlat, fSharp and gFlat.

Espressivo
Expressively.

Esuberante
Exuberant.


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Some definitions and terms excerpted from
Belwin Pocket Dictionary of Music: Music Theory Dictionary
By Dr. William Lee
Students may purchase a copy for home use at cost
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