The Encyclopedia Americana

The Encyclopedia Americana

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two-, three-, four-, and five-lined octaves, the names being extended to all individual tones between C and B : contra octave : GD1E1F1G1 A1Bi ... Under the somewhat bewildering name of a major scale (so called because it includes a major third), it is opposed to the minor scale from A to A, in which a ... That of the lower staff is an F or bass clef, 3 , located on the fourth line from below and making it f.

Title:The Encyclopedia Americana
Publisher: - 1972


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