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Notation (music)   (translated from German)
Notation (music) As Notation designates one in that Musik ... that Schallplatte the only possibility of making music reproducible. Musical victim, handwriting of Johann Sebastian ... from information over Tempo , Kind of clock, Dynamics and Instrumentation which can be played the ... place, become Auxiliary lines used. In mehrstimmigen music pieces it is usual to set several ... the clay/tone D 1 , of them Dynamics (volume) by the below thing mf ( ...
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Gospel music
Gospel music Gospel music may refer either to the religious music that first came out of African-American ... or, more loosely, to both black gospel music and to the religious music composed and sung by white southern ...
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Music OCR
Music OCR Music OCR is the application of optical character recognition to interprate sheet music from print to an editable form e ... Early research into recognition of printed sheet music was performed at the graduate level in ... be recognized and parsed. The first commercial music-scanning product, MIDISCAN, was released in ...
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Articulation (music)
Articulation (music) In music an articulation is a sign, direction, or ... 1985). Basic Guide to How to Read Music. ISBN 0399511229. Musical notation edit Staff : Clef ... note | Accidental | Rest | Tie Expression marks: Tempo | Dynamics | Articulation | Ornaments | Octaves
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Beam (music)
Beam (music) A beam in musical notation is constructed ... note | Accidental | Rest | Tie Expression marks: Tempo | Dynamics | Articulation | Ornaments | Octaves
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Rest (music)
Rest (music) A rest is an interval of silence in a piece of music, marked by a sign indicating the length ... note | Accidental | Rest | Tie Expression marks: Tempo | Dynamics | Articulation | Ornaments | Octaves
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Electroacoustic music
Electroacoustic music The terms Electroacoustic or Electroacoustic music have been used to describe several different ... no agreement on a definition of "Electroacoustic music"; some contend that any sound played over ... entails some aesthetic specifications. While all electroacoustic music is made with electronic technology, the most ... distant or near fields of listening. Electroacoustic music is typically less preoccupied with the ' ...
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Tie (music)
Tie (music) In music notation, a tie is a curved line ... not affect performance, but it makes the music easier to read. Several notes in succession ... note | Accidental | Rest | Tie Expression marks: Tempo | Dynamics | Articulation | Ornaments | Octaves
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Bar (music)
Bar (music) In musical notation, a bar or measure ... other, indicating that the preceding section of music is to be repeated. The beginning of ... but to a type of barline. In music with a regular meter, bars represent a periodic pulse in the music. In music employing mixed meters, barlines are instead ...
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Program music
Program music Program music is music intended to evoke extra-musical ideas, images ... image or mood [1]. By contrast, absolute music stands for itself and is intended to ... applied to works in the European classical music tradition, particularly those from the Romantic ...
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