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a brief record written as an aid to the memory

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a technical system of symbols used to represent special things

the activity of representing something by a special system of marks or characters

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Transcript notation does not need a universal standard to be effective as a tool for an institution to be informed and engaged in the collection of additional information.
This exploration of the musical notation of Ethiopia and the preparation of its manuscripts, which have remained the same since the sixteenth century, provides much comparison with earlier performance practices in the medieval West.
Troelsgard has attempted to produce a diplomatic transcription method of appeasement between West and East by including the Byzantine neumatic notation over his Western staff notation.
The system-by-system analysis, however, constitutes crucial comparative evidence for Chrisomalis's claims: most notably, that numerical notation systems did not develop in a linear sequence, but can best be described by a multi-linear pattern; that we cannot assess the functionality or effectiveness of numerical systems on universally valid, context-independent criteria; and finally, that in order to explain both the shared features of notation systems across time and space, and their differences and diachronic changes, we must take both cognitive and social and historical factors into account.
The song is the first song transposed into the notation and local schoolchildren are learning the rhythm, words and music from Peter.
First students would read from the sol-fa notation, secondly they would read the normal staff notation in conjunction with sol-fa notation, and finally graduate to reading from staff notation alone.
The original notation of the Gloria, for example, employed a half-note pulse that was, because of the visual appearance in notation, misunderstood as a quarter-note pulse.
In the course of writing a computer program to implement Conway's notation, Hart tried to think of a simple operator that wasn't yet included in Conway's list.
The report said 81 percent of children's shows containing violence lacked the ``FV'' notation, created to warn parents of fantasy violence such as that depicted in cartoons.
Basic information, necessary to the performer is presented - selection of strings, tuning, and facts about the notation which is a form of lute tablature usually called Spanish lute tablature but which is known only in Milan's book.
We might put this structure into a simplified notation such as the following: "I {remember [perceiving] (x)}.
It has also released version 6 of its Dolet plug-ins for the Finale and Sibelius notation programs to support the new MusicXML 3.
release of ScoreCleaner, the highly nuanced and easy-to-use notation software that has been revolutionizing the European market for digital notation since 2011.
of Stellenbosch, South Africa) presents a South African approach to learning about staff notation and music theory for music students and adult learners educated in the tonic solfa system, which is used in introductory chapters to relate solfA[umlaut]ge sounds to staff notation concepts ranging from rhythm to melody, harmony, modes, and musical forms.
This multi-volume series is a new notation method designed to make sight reading easier.