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Terms Related to Background and Foreground Music
The following are some terms that are related to background music and foreground music:

A Cappella: A cappella refers to a piece that is vocal, or sung music, but does not have any form of instrumental complement.

Adagio: Adagio refers to music that has a slow speed.

Allegro: Allegro refers to music that is lively and upbeat.

Chord: A chord is group of three or four notes that are played at the same time. Chords are specific notes, though, not just any random grouping of tones.

Harmony: A harmony is a few notes that are played together. The harmony serves as a background to the melody of the piece.

Interlude: An interlude is a musical break between parts of an opera or a play. This music may be in the background or foreground, depending on the production.

Legato: The word legato is an indicator that a song is to be played smoothly throughout. Quite a bit of adagio music would sound wonderful if presented in legato.

Overture: An overture is a song that precedes the beginning of an opera, a play, or another big musical production. Overtures are often instrumental pieces, but occasionally a production will include vocals.

Reprise: A reprise is a repetition of a previously played piece. The looped reprise is often a clip of what was presented before, and it must be separated from the original music with at least one other song.

Staccato: The word staccato is an indicator that a song is to be presented in short, choppy notes. Quite a bit of allegro music would sound wonderful if presented in staccato.

 
 
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14155 Sullyfield Cir Ste J, Chantilly, VA 20151
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Po Box 6241, Baltimore, MD 21206
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Shockley Agency
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4296 Beaufort Hunt Dr, Harrisburg, PA 17110
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Producers who make television and radio programs often have to use background and foreground music to make their programs interesting. There is a variety of royalty free background and foreground music clips that they can choose to use. Some companies prefer using stock loops that are free with a subscription. Obviously avoiding royalty fees makes the production less expensive, but other producers decide to pay instead of using free clips because they want specific effects for their sports broadcasts, television shows, and website code systems. There are many companies that sell music that can be used in the background or foreground. When you contact the companies' offices, you should know what questions to ask them that will help you decide which ones have the stock, downloadable effects and music that you need. You should ask them what types of clips they have. They might be able to supply you with instrumentals, musicals, choirs, or vocals. Ask them if they have sheet music so you can contract your choice of musicians instead of defaulting to their choice of musicians. This allows you to control the sound production. If you want to buy the stock from them, then make sure they use professional production studios so that you get the best sound. Get a list of references from the company to determine how reliable they are. Ask the companies to give you written price quotes for the services that you need so that you can compare them easily and choose the cheapest one that has the music you want for your production.
 
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