PITCH NOTATION
section Beyond Pitch Notation for a chart that identifies the instruments that use these clefs.
The term octave describes the interval of an 8th. An octave is the next occurrence of a specific note in a higher or lower register.
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See example 6.25 in the
An exception occurs when ledger lines are used. Refer back to example 1.10. For ledger lines, extend the stem to the third line of the staff.
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The term solfege draws its name from the Latin syllables “sol” and “fa” from measures five and four of the chant in example 1.20.
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The term solmization draws its name from the Latin syllables “sol” and “mi” from measures five and three of the chant in example 1.20.
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MIDI is an acronym for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. The MIDI system of facilitating universal communication between electronic musical devices, regardless of their manufacturer, was developed in the early 1980s.
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