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    Pitch and Octave Notation

    I made a chart for showing how we refer to notes and the octave they are in. This is patterned after the ITEA guide, except I added a Bb euphonium part in transposed notation. That is just for a matching guide, but we should talk about the bass clef / concert pitch line for pitches. Bb euphonium is not JUST a step higher - it is also an octave displaced, so I don't know how to authoritatively notate that!

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    Last edited by davewerden; 04-03-2021 at 06:42 PM.
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