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transpose

Maths the matrix resulting from interchanging the rows and columns of a given matrix

transpose

[′tranz‚pōz]
(mathematics)
The matrix obtained from a given matrix by interchanging its rows and columns.
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Most transposing instruments sound lower than the notated pitch.
I recommend using the following process to render transposing instrumental parts to concert pitch:
Then locate the note name of the transposing instrument (B-flat, E-flat, F and so forth) in its first position below middle "C" (or above middle "C" in the rare instance of a soprano instrument).
According to Calyx and UNITED officials, by eliminating re-entry, the new interface minimizes the chance of human error from transposing numbers, misspelled names, etc.
By transposing the physical effects that an action will have on one thing to another object that--although identical in appearance--is made from a totally different material, Angus creates works of art that feel oddly disembodied.
0's open interface to create three custom JavaScript-based menus: Beatnik Basic delivers core functionality such as the ability to play, stop or pause music; Beatnik Advanced contains 15-plus actions that deliver advanced capabilities such as transposing a file, muting, or isolating sequences; and Beatnik Informational provides links and information to the Headspace site.
Using his now-familiar method of transposing photographic portraits onto canvas with a polychromatic grid, Close's recent paintings have matured to the extent that each two-inch square is an independent abstract painting worthy of estheti scrutiny.
In response--and this is particularly crucial in evaluating their New York project--they opted to explore the implications of transposing the storefront (or its methodological approach) from its "original" context into an official institutional frame.