The corresponding scale and notation of Kalimba, the following follow GECKO Kalimba to understand:
Simple notation refers to a simple method of notation
There are two types of letter and number spectrum, now commonly known as the spectrum, is the exponent word spectrum.
The digital notation is based on the phonograph, with 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 representing the 7 basic levels in the scale. The pronunciation of do, Re, MI, FA, Sol, LA, Si and 0 representing rest
To mark higher or lower notes, add dots above or below the number.
In the spectrum, without a dot, is called a tenor;A dot on top is called a treble;Adding two dots is called a double treble.
A dot under a number is called a bass.
There is no bass on the thumb piano of 17 tone C. If there is a bass in the song notation, the whole piece can be moved to an octave higher.
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Post time: Oct-09-2020