Flute Recital

Anissa Dort

Anissa Dort was born on October 24, 2002, in Fargo, North Dakota. Anissa’s favorite sports are Basketball, Volleyball and Gymnastics. She loves to sing in her free time. Anissa has a crazy personality that can get out of hand at times but she tries to make the best out of things.She has one little brother and no sisters. Anissa Has been playing flute for 7 months now, and she loves it! Anissa wouldn't trade the flute for any other instrument.

Flute Recital

Monday, April 20th, 9:30-10:15am

1717 40th Avenue South

Fargo, ND

My song

What I enjoyed about my project was that we got to work separately on our songs

and we had to write a lot! Which I like to do. We got to play our songs with a piano

accompaniment which was cool and fun! After all our project was fun and cool!


Allegro- Fast tempo, Multiple Measure Rest- The number above the staff tells you how many full measures to rest, Treble Clef-Indicates the position of note names on a music staff, 2/4- 2 beats pr measure quarter note gets the beat, Forte-play loudly, Mezzo forte- play moderately loud, Slur-A curved line which connects notes of different pitch, Accent- To emphasize the note, Crescendo- Gradually louder, A Tie- A curved line connecting notes of the same pitch, Fortissimo-Very loud, Fermata-hold the note or rest longer than normal.


In Rondo form, a principal theme alternates with one or more contrasting themes, generally called "episodes," but also occasionally referred to as "digressions" or "couplets." The number of themes can vary from piece to piece, and the recurring element is sometimes embellished and/or shortened in order to provide for variation.