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the process or result of making or becoming different

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Through the first half of the passage, the only altered notes Beethoven uses are leading tones in the key, except for the low written G.
Relatives of the 31 dead were outraged last week after his conviction was quashed when it emerged two gardai had altered notes of interviews with him.
The text runs to a grand total of 2371 couplets (slokas), divided in an unpredictable manner among the major topics: the opening preamble and synopsis (65 slokas), sruti (intonation, 74), svara (scale degree, 60), grama (scale, 19), murcchana (scalar rotations, 38), tana (hexatonic and pentatonic variants, 161), sadharana (altered notes, 20), varna and alankara (ornaments, 99), jati (mode classes, 195), giti (style and text-setting, 13), raga classification (62), raga characteristics (342), tala (rhythm and meter, 189), prabandha (songs, 812!), and prakirna (miscellany, 222).
Relatives of the 29 people and unborn twins killed were outraged when his conviction was sensationally quashed two weeks ago after it emerged two gardai altered notes of interviews with him.
Addressing the altered notes can be challenging, since the hand positions vary from crook to crook.