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Musical Incipit

Phrase (mi=)

 

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Label mi= --- ---
Search?  --- --- ---
Browse? Yes --- ---
Examples

sca mi='2B4B8BB/4G8GxF4FF/4xA8AA4.At8B/4B

This incipit is encoded using the Plaine & Easie Code (‡2 pe).

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Fields/Subfields 031 p --- ---
Qualifier Index? No --- ---
Notes
  • Use the initial sequence of notes (10 to 12) of a musical composition, represented by established notation schemes that employ ordinary ASCII symbols.
  • In the notation, retain all characters, including punctuation, special characters, etc. 031 ‡2 in the record contains the code for the notation scheme used.
  • Scan an index from the Command Line Search by entering the Scan command (sca), the index label with appropriate punctuation, and the term, and then clicking Search (example: sca mi='2B4B8BB/4G8GxF4FF/4xA8AA4.At8B/4B). For more information, see Browse (scan an index).
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