위키프로젝트:음악/음악용어

  • 음정은 두 음 사이의 거리이다.
  • tonal - musical constructions which indicate or affirm a tonic or central pitch through symmetrical hierarchically organized pitches, or, music written in the manner of the common practice period. Use always instead of tonicality?
  • atonal - musical constructions which do not indicate or affirm a tonic through use of symmetrical hierarchically organized organized pitches, or, possibly, any other means
  • diatonic - tonal
  • diatonic functionality -
  • common practice period - tonal non-folk music written from 1600 to 1825, "common practice" referring to the general adherance to strict guidelines or rules including the major scale or minor scale and its triads and their functions
  • quality - the nature of a chord or interval. May be major, minor, perfect etc.
  • note vs tone vs [[pitch (music)|pitch] vs pitch class - note and tone are used to refer to the pitch of individual sounds without using a homonym and to be more or less specific than the term sound
  • piece vs song - a song is sung a piece is played
  • Classical vs classical - "Classical music" is the classical music era or the specific time period beginning the 18th century in European art music while "classical music" is any established musical tradition which uses some form of notation and requires study or training to be an acceptable participant in, other than as an audience or listener, in any culture: List of classical music traditions. Any classical music may be discussed simply as "classical music" if at the beginning of an article it is specified which tradition is under discussion.
  • harmonic vs partial vs overtone - While the articles about each of these subjects should indicate that they are often used interchangeably, overtone should refer to both harmonics and partials, harmonics being the whole number or integer multiples and partials being all other multiples.
  • set, series, sequence - In mathematics a set is an unordered collection of things, a sequence is an ordered collection of things, and a series is the sum of a sequence. In music, specifically musical set theory a set is often used to mean unordered and/or ordered collections, but should be used only for unordered collections. Series is often used to mean an ordered collection of things and a sequence often means an ordered collection of pitches which is then repeated transposed (it is often used this way in tonal theory).

Musical mark up편집

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The sharp and flat signs, "♯" and "♭", respectively, may display correctly; of course "#" and "b" will. The former symbols may be done by typing the keys seperate by dashes below:

  • &-#-9-8-3-9-; and &-#-9-8-3-7-;.

A natural, which may display correctly is: ♮ or

  • &-#-9-8-3-8-;.

A superscript cirle, or degree sign, which indicates a diminished chord, that may not display correctly for everyone, "°", can be produced by typing Alt-0176. A superscript lower case "o" may used instead. The slashed o, "ø", which may not display correctly for all readers, is produced by superscripting the character produced by typing Alt-0248.

For inversions and the degree sign superscript and subscript may be done thus:

  • vii<sup>o</sup> , I<sub>6</sub> .

Which looks like:

  • viio, I6.

Superscript and subscript may be combined in math markup, Wikipedia:TeX_markup.


Graphics of musical examples should be large enough to be legible but not so large that they overwhelm the text of an article. Specific size limits should be established, if possible. See: Wikipedia:Image use policy, Wikipedia:Graphics tutorials