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put into notation, as of music or choreography

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Feuillet goes on, `thus we are obliged to this author for having given us the first ideas of how to notate dance'.
The second system of Example 15 displays all the instances where Hahn uses a tie to notate the muted es.
In some cases, the 12-stave paper Mozart used presented limitations in itself, requiring him to notate certain elements of the score--such as the trombone parts for the overture--on separate sheets of paper.
Those who have followed Gallagher's work will have learned, for example, that Blubber's "commas" stand for a cartoonish wig, a glyph for "girl," while the "eyes" and ellipsoid "lips" (seen here in Spoor, 2001, Purgatorium, 2000, and Bubbel, 2000, notate the caricatured and dismembered black body.
But ledger lines can also be avoided simply by changing clefs in the course of a single vocal part: such clef changes are not uncommon in 15th-century manuscripts.(7) Why should an entire separate set of clefs have been used to notate parts in a visually higher register than the chiavi naturali, or normal set of clefs?
ScoreCleaner is a notation tool that enables musicians, composers, teachers and ensemble leaders to notate music instantly while they play.
The standards listed are the following: (1) students will sing, independently and with others, a varied repertoire of music; (2) students will perform on instruments, independently and with others, a varied repertoire of music; (3) students will improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments; (4) students will compose and arrange music within specific guidelines; (5) students will read and notate music; (6) students will listen to, describe, and analyze music and music performances; (7) students will evaluate music and music performances; (8) students make connections between music, the other arts, and other curricular areas; and (9) students will understand music in relation to diverse cultures, times, and places.
Our 15th-century colleagues were not misnotating music when they did not notate accidentals.
The unit lists the following standards: (1) students will sing, independently and with others, a varied repertoire of music; (2) students will perform on instruments, independently and with others, a varied repertoire of music; (3) student will improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments; (4) students will compose and arrange music within specific guidelines; (5) students will read and notate music; (6) students will listen to, describe, and analyze music and music performances; (7) students will evaluate music and music performances; (8) students make connections between music, the other arts, and other curricular areas; and (9) students will understand music in relation to diverse cultures, times, and places.
The standards are the following: (1) students will sing, independently and with others, a varied repertoire of music; (2) students will perform on instruments, independently and with others, a varied repertoire of music; (3) students will improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments; (4) students will compose and arrange music within specific guidelines; (5) Students will read and notate music; (6) students will listen to, describe, and analyze music and music performances; (7) students will evaluate music and music performances; (8) students make connections between music, the other arts, and other curricular areas; and (9) students will understand music in relation to diverse cultures, times, and places.
I find this tool especially useful if I already know what I want to notate or when entering chords.
Standards cited in the grids are: (1) students will sing, independently and with others, a varied repertoire of music; (2) students will perform on instruments, independently, and with others, a varied repertoire of music; (3) students will improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments; (4) students will compose and arrange music within specific guidelines; (5) students will read and notate music; (6) students will listen to, describe, and analyze music and music performances; (7) students will evaluate music and music performances; (8) students make connections between music, the other arts, and other curricular areas; and (9) students will understand music in relation to diverse cultures, times, and places.
There are also two full-time choreologists on staff who notate and restage his ballets for the company.