melody, harmony, rhythm, form/structure, and the expressive elements of dynamics, tempo and timbre (tone colour)
dynamics, form, harmony, melody, texture, timbre, rhythm, tempo
the various pieces that combine to make music. Musicians and composers use elements of music in an infinite number of ways to create individual and regional styles that we can recognize as jazz, blues, country music, gospel, etc. Some of the basic elements of music are instrumentation, lyrics/language, tempo, dynamics, melody, and rhythm. The musicians who employ these elements may not necessarily use such terms to identify them.
the key ingredients of music (e.g., beat, rhythm, pitch, tempo, tone colour or timbre, dynamics)
Pitch, rhythm, harmony, dynamics, timbre, texture, form. Environmental sounds. Sounds that naturally occur or which can be produced from materials found in the environment.
Melody, rhythm, harmony, pitch dynamics, timbre, texture and form
The sensory components used to create and talk about works of music. These components are dynamics, form, harmony, pitch, rhythm, tempo, texture, and timbre (see individual entries listed in alphabetical order).
Pitch (melody), rhythm, harmony, dynamics, timbre (tone color), texture, form, and tempo.
Melody, harmony, rhythm, and form and the expressive elements of dynamics, tempo, and timbre (tone color).