Music notation: a manual of modern practice
Music Notation is authoritative in every respect: written by a teacher and composer of international reputation; devoted to every phase of modern practice in the subject; concisely presented against a minimum historical background; all terms are defined upon first use. The text describes and illustrates not only the elements of notation common to all forms, but idiomatic notation for instruments and voices as well. It offers detailed guidance concerning music manuscript writing and the preparation of score and parts.
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PART IITHE ELEMENTS OF NOTATION
Chapter 2Braces and Systems
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accent accidentals alternate alto Arnold Schonberg arpeggio barline bass clef beat bowing brace bracket brass brass instruments century chord clarinet clef signs combined composers correct incorrect division dotted notes double dynamic markings effect eighth eighth-notes employed EXAMPLE 23 EXAMPLE 9 finger flags flat Gardner Read glissando half note hand harmonics harp hexachord Igor Stravinsky indicate jazz Karlheinz Stockhausen key signature keyboard instruments ledger lines left-hand lower measure meter metric MODERN INNOVATIONS music notation neumes normal note-group note-heads note-values octave signs orchestra pattern pedal percussion performer piano Pierre Boulez pitch pizzicato placed played player practice quarter note rest rhythmic scores sharp shown single sixteenth notes slur space staccato staff line staves stem String Quartet symbols Symphony Table tempo tenor time-signature time-value timpani tion treble clef tremolo trill triplet trombones unit usually vertical Violin vocal voices whole note woodwind write written