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Modern musical symbols
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Modern musical symbols are the marks and symbols that are widely used in musical scores of all styles and instruments today. This is intended to be a comprehensive English guide to the various symbols encountered in modern musical notation.

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Chord notation
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Chord notation refers to the written notation for musical chords using chord symbols. Although these symbols are used occasionally in classical music, they are "universally used in jazz and popular music" to specify the harmony of compositions, usually inside lead sheets and fake books.

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Chord notation
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Chord notation refers to the written notation for musical chords using chord symbols. Although these symbols are used occasionally in classical music, they are "universally used in jazz and popular music" to specify the harmony of compositions, usually inside lead sheets and fake books.

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Musicology
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Musicology. Music history, Ethnomusicology, World music, Sociomusicology, Music theory, Melody, Pitch (music), Musical scale, Swara, Jazz scale, Musical mode, Properties of musical modes, Rhythm, Harmony, Consonance and dissonance, Dynamics (music), Texture (music), Musical form, Music cognition, Fred Lerdahl, Ray Jackendoff, Serialism, Set theory (music), Milton Babbitt, David Lewin, Musical notation, Modern musical symbols, Znamenny Chant, Music of Indonesia, Solfège, Letter notation, Tablature, Klavarskribo, Graphic notation, Braille music, Music and mathematics, Musical analysis, Music psychology, Historically informed performance.

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Musicology
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Musicology. Music history, Ethnomusicology, World music, Sociomusicology, Music theory, Melody, Pitch (music), Musical scale, Swara, Jazz scale, Musical mode, Properties of musical modes, Rhythm, Harmony, Consonance and dissonance, Dynamics (music), Texture (music), Musical form, Music cognition, Fred Lerdahl, Ray Jackendoff, Serialism, Set theory (music), Milton Babbitt, David Lewin, Musical notation, Modern musical symbols, Znamenny Chant, Music of Indonesia, Solfège, Letter notation, Tablature, Klavarskribo, Graphic notation, Braille music, Music and mathematics, Musical analysis, Music psychology, Historically informed performance.

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Who made who
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LEGEND OF MUSICAL SYMBOLS|CHASE THE ACE|D T|FOR THOSE ABOUT TO ROCK|HELLS BELLS|RIDE ON|SHAKE YOUR FOUNDATIONS|SINK THE PINK||YOU SHOOK ME ALL NIGHT LONG / AC DC

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Alfred's Teach Yourself to Play Blues at the Ke...
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Learn to play the blues at the keyboard and open up a brand new world of musical knowledge with this exciting method from Alfred. Students of all ages can continue their journey to a lifetime of musical enjoyment. By following the step-by-step set of instructions, you will learn all about blue notes, blues scales, blues progressions, grace notes, and tremolos. This will prepare you to perform as a soloist or in a band. With its chord symbols, mini-music lessons and scales, this book will have you jamming right from the beginning! It also features a chord dictionary for easy reference during and after your lessons. The accompanying CD features examples of the pieces with back-ground arrangements, a helpful resource for play-along and practice. Be your own teacher, and let Alfred be your resource every step of the way.

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Key Signature
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In musical notation, a key signature is a series of sharp or flat symbols placed on the staff, designating notes that are to be consistently played one semitone higher or lower than the equivalent natural notes unless otherwise altered with an accidental. Key signatures are generally written immediately after the clef at the beginning of a line of musical notation, although they can appear in other parts of a score, notably after a double bar. Key signatures are generally used in a score to avoid the complication of having sharp or flat symbols on every instance of certain notes. Each major and minor key has an associated key signature that sharpens or flattens the notes which are used in its scale. However, it is not uncommon for a piece to be written with a key signature that does not match its key, for example, in some Baroque pieces, or in transcriptions of traditional modal folk tunes.

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Symbol Spotting in Digital Libraries
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Pattern recognition basically deals with the recognition of patterns, shapes, objects, things in images. Document image analysis was one of the very ?rst applications of pattern recognition and even of computing. But until the 1980s, research in this ?eld was mainly dealing with text-based documents, including OCR (Optical Character Recognition) and page layout analysis. Only a few people were looking at more speci?c documents such as music sheet, bank cheques or forms. The community of graphics recognition became visible in the late 1980s. Their speci?c interest was to recognize high-level objects represented by line drawings and graphics. The speci?c pattern recognition problems they had to deal with was raster-to-graphics conversion (i.e., recognizing graphical primitives in a cluttered pixel image), text-graphics separation, and symbol recognition. The speci?c problem of symbol recognition in graphical documents has received a lot of attention. The symbols to be recognized can be musical notation, electrical symbols, architectural objects, pictograms in maps, etc. At ?rst glance, the symbol recognition problems seems to be very similar to that of character recognition, - ter all, characters are basically a subset of symbols. Therefore, the large know-how in OCR has been extensively used in graphical symbol recognition: starting with segmenting the document to extract the symbols, extracting features from the s- bols, and then recognizing them through classi?cation or matching, with respect to a training/learning set.

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