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Music Term: Kit

K
Ka kai e
Kabuki
Kadenz
Kagami uchi
Kagura
Kalevala
Kalimba
Kamaete
Kamanja
Kammer
Kammerton
Kan
Kanagu, or kan
Kane
Kangen
Kangengaku
Kanon
Kantate
Kantele
Kantor
Kantorei
Kanun
Kanzone
Kapelle
Kapellmeister
Kapodaster
Kata
Kavatine
Kawa
Kazoo
Keen
Keharwa tal
Kehraus
Kent bugle
Kesselpauke
Kettle drums
Kettledrum
Key
Key bed
Key characteristics
Key frame
Key note
Key relationship
Key signature
Key signatures
Key slip
Key/keying input
Keyboard
Keyboard controller
Keyboard instrument
Keyboard music
Keyed bugle
Keyed trumpet
Keynote
Keynote number
Khorovod
Khz
Ki ai, or kakegoe
Kick drum
Kick/kick drum
Kidi drum
Kids drums
Kigaku
Kin
Kirche
Kit
Kitchen department
Kithara
Klagend
Klammer
Klang
Klangfarbe
Klangfarbenmelodie
Klappe
Klarinette
Klaviatur
Klavier
Klaxophone
Klein
Klezmer
Klingen
Knarre
Kniegeige
Knuckle
Ko daiko
Koboz
Kogaku
Kokyoku
Kolenda
Kollektivzug
Kolorieren
Komal
Komplementarfigur
Kontakion
Kontrabass
Kontrafagott
Kontretanz
Konzert
Konzertmeister
Kopfstimme
Koppel
Kora
Kornett
Kortholt
Koto
Kraeftig
Kraftig
Krakoviak
Krakowiak
Krebskanon
Kreuz
Kreuzflote
Kriti
Krummhorn
Kuchi showa
Kumi daiko
Kurz
Kurzer vorschlag
Kutchka
Kv
Kyoku
Kyouon
Kyrie
Kyrie eleison
Kytte
Kyuufu
Kyuushifu
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Kit
Definition and background:
A small instrument popular in the Renaissance played by all classes of people but used specifically by dancing masters when teaching dances. The kit was a small, unfretted fiddle, usually having four strings, and made in a variety of shapes. The kit was in use up through the 19th century.A small violin about 16 inches long.
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