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    1. Music for sopranos is usually in the treble .

    2. A typical men's choir has no .

    3. Players should play when they see 'fff'.

    4. Many pop songs begin with .

    5. The key signature 'F Major' has one .

    6. Many songs end on the note.

    7. The scale is usually described as sounding happy.

    8. 'A tempo' indicates that a performer should .

    9. If a song has a , it is usually at the very end.

    10. A is a song that uses the same melody in several voices, but beginning at different times

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