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clef,

in music: see musical notationmusical notation,
symbols used to make a written record of musical sounds.

Two different systems of letters were used to write down the instrumental and the vocal music of ancient Greece. In his five textbooks on music theory Boethius (c.A.D. 470–A.D.
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clef

Music one of several symbols placed on the left-hand side beginning of each stave indicating the pitch of the music written after it

CLEF

(Commercial Licensed Evaluation Facility) A facility licensed by the U.K. government that performs formal security evaluations of information technology.
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Nizar Saidi, who has worked in the five-star hotel industry for 16 years, was recognised by Les Clefs d'Or for his quality of service to guests.
If your phone gets lost or stolen, you can log into your Clef account on the web (using the same PIN) and deactivate the Clef app remotely, so it can't be used by someone pretending to be you.
In the mixed choral ensemble, choral educators' desire to obtain near even numbers between the sexes might result in many girls who are trained and interested being cast aside or assigned to treble clef choirs in order to compensate for the low numbers of males.
It proved to be a great night for Scottish artists, with Annie Lennox picking up the highly coveted O2 Silver Clef Award, left.
Paolo is in good company, with previous Tartan Clef winners including Annie Lennox, Simple Minds, Wet Wet Wet, Sharleen Spiteri, Travis, Franz Ferdinand, The Skids, Lulu and The Fratellis.
Speaking at the Silver Clef music awards in London on Friday, Sharon went on to reveal that her daughter KELLY wants to move into an acting career - starting by playing her own mum in a proposed biopic of her hellraiser dad OZZY.
Horn: In older editions, horn parts in bass clef are almost always written an octave lower than their transposition would dictate.
il n'y a pas de clef pour les personnages de ce livre [La Recherche]; ou bien il y en a huit ou dix pour un seul," are quoted in Bernard ed.
To make the scales continue from the bass clef to the treble, you need to add a line between the two staffs for the note called "middle c.
He spoke as he picked up a Silver Clef award for international achievement at a music business charity lunch in London yesterday.
Cessac has therefore chosen to transcribe this part in the transposed octave treble clef (the clef usually reserved for modern tenor parts).
A more common type of roman a clef is Simone de Beauvoir's Les Mandarins, in which the disguised characters are immediately recognizable only to a small circle of insiders.