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Unformatted text preview: semitone. • Accidentals are placed directly before , and horizontal with, the notes they modify. • Note that when spoken, accidentals are added after the note, not before (ex. A-flat, D, E-natural) . The following example starts with two Es then a flat is added making an E-flat. The next E is also an E-flat, but when the natural sign is added, it becomes an E-natural again. The final two Es of the bar are E-sharps because of the same principle. The sharp will remain in effect till the "barline" (end of the measure), after which it is cancelled and we return to a plain E. D. Bass Clef (Red) • F clef E. Alto Clef F. Tenor Clef...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course MUSIC 103 taught by Professor Mattriedel during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.
- Spring '10
- Music Theory