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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_musical_symbols

Musical symbols are the marks and symbols, used since about the 13th century in the musical .... Musical note and rest values are not absolutely defined, but are proportional in duration to ... Semihemidemisemiquaver / Hundred twenty-eighth note .... Music is "marked off" in uniform sections called bars or measures, and time ...

www.answers.com/Q/The_letters_on_a_keyboard_are_repeated_beginning_on_the_eighth_note_which_is_known_as_what

The letters on a keyboard are repeated beginning on the eighth note which is ... A sixteenth note is half the duration of an eighth note, so there are two 1/16th ...

www.piano-keyboard-guide.com/piano-notes.html

Every note that comes before a set of two black keys is called C. Move eight steps up from one ... Piano notes are named after the first seven letters of the alphabet. ... As is the case with the white piano notes, the pattern keeps repeating. ... Half Note · The Quarter Note · The Eighth Note · The Sixteenth Note · The Whole Rest  ...

www.sonic.net/~jazz4/glossary.html

Blues, with continuous repeated eighth note patterns in the left hand and exciting but often ... Clef, key signature and meter are given once only, at the beginning. .... Jazz Standard: A well-known tune by a jazz musician. .... seventh, and so on, regardless of their actual intervallic relationship in an actual keyboard voicing.

www.cs.cmu.edu/~music/cmsip/readings/music-theory.htm

Most popular music has a higher level organization called a measure that consists ... Going to shorter durations, half a quarter note is an eighth note, etc. .... If you look at the keys on a piano, you will see a repeating pattern with 12 ... piano keyboard ... The letter names for an octave are C, D, E, F, G, A, B. These pitch names ...

www.key-notes.com/blog/piano-fingering

Maintaining consistent piano fingering for repeated motives sometimes ... be able to look at any measure and know immediately which finger plays which note. ... but not when you want to to play descending triplets or quartets of eighth notes.

www.ars-nova.com/Theory%20Q&A/Q104.html

The next pitch is called the octave because it's the eighth note (just as an octopus ... repeat (though some early writers did use more letters instead of repeating). That's why the piano has white keys that form a scale: the first keyboards had only ...

method-behind-the-music.com/theory/notation

The Staff; Clefs; The Grand Staff; Measures; Notes; Notes Written on the Staff ... The bass clef, also known as the F clef because it locates the line known as F, is on the far left. The bass clef uses the same musical alphabet as treble, but the letters start ... The thick double bars mark the beginning and ends of a piece of music.

www.dolmetsch.com/musicalsymbols.htm

quasihemidemisemiquaver, one hundred and twenty-eighth note ... the barline that marks the beginning of a passage that is to be repeated, also called 'open repeat', .... "in keyboard playing, and, to a large extent, in wind playing the use of a slur usually .... Especially when these very letters mean the same hands in another ...