Chaleur-（法） warmth, with warmth
Chaleureusement-（法） warmth, with warmth
Chamber-a prefix used to describe small-scale musical activities, for example- chamber symphony (a symphony for a small ensemble of players), chamber music (music generally written to be played one-to-a-part)
Champeta criolla-Afro-Colombian music style and dance from Cartagena, on the
Changed note-device in strict counterpoint where a non-harmonic note is used on an accented beat
Changes-the set of chord changes, or harmonies, contained in the central theme or melody around which a piece has been built
Changing notes-non-harmonic notes; two notes, one that leaves the chord note by a tone or semitone,
then leaps to the next non-harmonic note by skipping over the chord note, before resolving to the same chord note by a tone or semitone
Changing time signatures
Chantant-（法） in a singing style
Chaque-（法） each, every
Character piece-a musical piece representing a location, mood or personality
Charango-small, 5-course, double strung guitar from South America, traditionally made with the shell of an armadillo
Chart-colloquial or jazz term for a arrangement or score
Chase-improvisations where one player performs a melodic riff and other members in the band take up the theme, often adding additional phrases, each trying to outplay the others
Che-（意大利） who, which
Chechen-An alternative wood for the back and sides of a classical guitar.
Chechen Burl-An alternative wood for the back and sides of a classical guitar.
Cheese cloth-A thin, loose woven cotton cloth, such as is used in pressing cheese curds.
Chevalet-（法） bridge of a stringed instrument
Cheville-（法） peg of a stringed instrument
Chiave di basso-（意大利） bass clef
Chiave di tenore-（意大利） C clef
Chiave di violino-（意大利） treble clef
Chin chin-Chinese 4 string banjo with aluminum body
Chitarra batente-guitar from Calabria (southern Italy), also known as 'Renaissance guitar'. With four or five metal strings
Chitarrone-a long-necked member of the lute family fitted with extra bass strings, used to accompany solo singers, which was popular in the sixteenth- and seventeenth-centuries
Chops-performer's technique when playing riffs, improvisations and melodic lines
Choral-music sung by a choir
Choral symphony-a symphony that includes a chorus
Chorale-（德） traditional German hymn
Chord-a group of notes, normally two or more, played simultaneously
Chordal-a form of music in which a single melody is accompanied by sets of chords, instead of a competing counter melody
Chord diagrams-a form of musical notation using vertical and horizontal lines to represent the strings and frets on a guitar that uses numbered dots to show the position of the fingers.
Chord symbols-abbreviations for chord names used by players of the guitar, ukulele….
Chorus-a fairly large choir; a refrain of a song
Chromatic-a scale in which all the intervals between succeeding notes is a semitone (half-note)
Chromatic interval-a note that does not form part of the major or natural, melodic or harmonic minor scales
Chromatic scale-Scale composed of twelve half steps
Church Cadence-Plagal Cadence.-A chord progression where the subdominant chord is followed by the tonic chord- In the tonality of C major, an plagal cadence would be the subdominant f major chord (F A C) moving to the tonic C major chord (C E G).
CI, CII, CIII, CIV, CV, CVI…… A single finger holding multiple strings on a stringed instrument at the same time.
Symbol used in standard notation for guitar. Roman numeral (after C) indicates which fret. Example: B7 (C7, CVII, VII)
Ciacona-（意大利） slow stately dance with variations, popular during the seventeenth- and eighteenth-centuries, generally in triple time, played over a ground bass
Cioa-（意大利） that is
Circle of fifths-chain of intervals. each interval a fifth, after passing through every note of the scale returns to a note, several octaves different, from that on which the chain began.
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