Word Chain - Music

Using the clue, enter the music-related words. The last letter of this word will be the first letter in the next.
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Last updated: August 24, 2020
First submittedAugust 24, 2020
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Hint
Chain
Words of a song
Lyrics
Highest voice in a choir
Soprano
Double-reeded instrument
Oboe
Rapper known for his line 'Mom's Spaghetti'
Eminem
DJ who produced the song 'Happier'
Marshmello
Such as the Barber of Seville
Opera
Mozart's country of origin
Austria
A vocal performance without the use instruments
Acapella
Sound of music star, Julie
Andrews
Symbol used in sheet music to indicate short, detached notes
Staccato
Musical named after a US state
Oklahoma!
Performed the hit song 'Hello'
Adele
Another name for the cor anglais
English horn
The part of a guitar on which a fingerboard is found
Neck
Hint
Chain
Piano and Harpsichord are both part of this instrument family
Keyboard
Composer of Clair de Lune
Debussy
Famous cellist
Yo-Yo Ma
Latin word used to indicate a quick tempo
Allegro
distance of eight notes
Octave
Opposite of acoustic
Electric
A jazz song by Louis Armstrong, named after the musical with the same moniker
Cabaret
Another name for a kettle drum
Timpani
Often called the King of Latin Pop
Iglesias
America's national anthem
Star Spangled Banner
Repeated pattern of sound
Rhythm
Genre of mexican music dating back to the 18th century
Mariachi
Distance between notes
Interval
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Level 19
Aug 24, 2020
Only got the first three but nice quiz!
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Level 69
Dec 3, 2021
accept a cappella with two P’s?
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Level 66
Mar 4, 2022
Could you accept "Stacatto"? I tried that then gave up.
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Level 74
Mar 4, 2022
I don't think "keyboard" is a musical family. Pianos are percussion instruments.
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Level 70
Mar 4, 2022
I'm not sure the Louis Armstrong song is particularly well known. It seems like other artists had higher charting versions of the song at the time and it doesn't seem to be on the "Best Of" albums of his I looked up. It seems like the song is only somewhat known because it was the B-side to Armstrong's most popular single. Anyway, I think the clue would be stronger if you just didn't mention Armstrong at all. Maybe just say that Liza Minelli sang it in the musical?