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|English to Italian translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: Notazione musicale|
|Mi occorre trovare un sito, o qualcuno che mi sappia indicare con precisione la corrispondenza tra le note musicali come si studiano in Italia (do, re, mi, etc...) e la notazione in uso in altri paesi, con le lettere A, B, C.|
|Italian translation:Vedi sotto:|
italiano DO RE MI FA SOL LA SI
inglese C D E F G A B
Se vuoi un buon indirizzo dove potrai trovare un ottimo programma che ti consenta di esercitarti nella notazione musicale anglossssone vai a:
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|Grazie a tutti.|
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One does not use in music of unspecified sounds heights but notes of well defined frequencies. When one emits the succession of these notes by increasing heights, the same melody reproduces with each interval of octave. At the interior of an interval of octave, the succession of the notes is called the range.
The notes received a proper name which is repeated with each interval of octave:
....la si ut ré mi fa sol la si ut...
.....A B C D E F G A B C....
The names of notes, employed in France, were proposed by GUI, monk of the Abbey of Pomposa, he born in Arezzo in Tuscany, towards the end of Xe century; they are the first syllables of half-towards psalm with Saint-Jean Baptiste whom one precisely sings on the corresponding notes of the range.
Ut queant laxis resonare fibris
Mira gestorum famuli tuorum
Solue polluti labili réatum
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