What Is the Difference between Pitch and Tone?

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While tone refers to the quality of sound, pitch refers to the perceived fundamental frequency of sound. Pitch is an auditory sensation and value of sound that may be quantified as a frequency while tone refers to the thickness of a note. A specific pitch sounds the same regardless of the instrument that produces it.
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