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a musical notation written on a staff indicating the pitch of the notes following it

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The creation of the new credential was announced in July during Les Clefs d'Or USA's 2015 National Congress, an annual conference of concierges that aims to promote travel and tourism and networking for concierges, nationally and globally.
More About Les Clefs d'Or: Les Clefs d'Or (translated as the keys of gold) members represent over 200,000 room nights daily at primarily four and five star properties in the USA.
ROCK group Arctic Monkeys have fought off competition from Foo Fighters, Taylor Swift and Arcade Fire to be voted Best Live Act of the Year at the O2 Silver Clef Awards.
Abey Sam, president of Les Clefs d'Or UAE (UICH), said: "I wish to take this opportunity to and extend my heartfelt congratulations to everyone.
Les Clefs d'Or meeting will take place between 2:30pm and 7:30pm, followed by a cocktail reception at Bliss Lounge.
Thanks to his initiative Les Clefs d'Or Qatar was recently named the 44th independent country section.
To see Oscar being recognised by Les Clefs d Or is real testimony to his passion for excellence, said Heinrich Morio, Burj Al Arab s General Manager.
London, May 30 ( ANI ): Barry Gibb will be honoured with a life time achievement award for the long and outstanding career of his band 'Bee Gees', at the 'O2 Silver Clef Awards' next month.
Council leader Gordon Matheson said: "The Tartan Clefs have become synonymous with celebrating - and rewarding - Scotland's rich and diverse musical heritage, its vibrancy and its role as a leading exponent of today's global music talent.
The German system uses both treble and bass clefs, sounding a second lower than written.
The pair of stainless steel treble clefs, polished and mounted on a base, were cut just minutes before on his shop floor with his precision laser.
This edition follows the order of the original print, organized first by voicing (with ten works for four voices, ten for five voices, and two for eight voices), and within each category by tonal structure (as determined by the clefs, system, and final).
Previous winners of the charity's Scottish Silver Clefs include Edwyn Collins, Wet Wet Wet, Alan McGee, Frankie Miller, Midge Ure and Jack Bruce.
Adams makes one believe that a reasonably intelligent person can, with a modicum of effort, grasp the basics of chords, bass and treble clefs, notes and scales.
Anyone wishing to put their music on paper can use NotePad to set up a music score and enter clefs, time signatures, key signatures, notes, rests, lyrics, markings and musical instructions.