Music Dictionary

by Yui Nakamura



Welcome to our Music Dictionary page, a comprehensive guide to musical terms and their definitions. Whether you’re a seasoned musician or just starting to learn about music, this page is the perfect resource for expanding your knowledge and discovering new terms.

Explore a wealth of musical terms arranged in alphabetical order, from common terms like “chord” and “scale” to more obscure ones like “hemidemisemiquaver” and “tritone substitution.” Our Music Dictionary is designed to help you understand the language of music and improve your ability to communicate with other musicians.

With easy-to-understand explanations and examples, our Music Dictionary is an invaluable tool for anyone looking to deepen their understanding of music theory and practice. Whether you’re a student, teacher, or simply a music lover, we invite you to explore our Music Dictionary and expand your musical vocabulary.

In addition to clear and concise definitions, our Music Dictionary also includes examples of how each term is used in context. This feature is particularly helpful for those who are new to music theory and may not be familiar with the nuances of certain musical concepts.

For example, if you look up the term “arpeggio,” you’ll not only find a definition but also a musical example of what an arpeggio sounds like. This allows you to hear the concept in action and get a better sense of how it’s used in music.

By providing examples, our Music Dictionary page offers a more engaging and interactive learning experience. Whether you prefer to read, listen, or both, our Music Dictionary has you covered.

List of definitions