See also:term applied, in
See also:music, to the high or acute
See also:part of the musical
See also:system, as opposed to and distinguished from the "
See also:bass," the
See also:lower or
See also:grave part . The
See also:middle C is the
See also:practical division between the parts . The word is also used as
See also:equivalent to the "
See also:soprano "
See also:voice, the highest pitch or range of the human voice, but generally it is confined to a boy's voice of this quality, " soprano " being used of the corresponding
See also:female voice . The
See also:treble-clef is the G-clef on the second
See also:line . The origin of this application of the term " treble," triplus, threefold, to the highest voice or part is due to the fact that in the early plain-
See also:song the chief melody was given to the tenor, the second part to the
See also:alto (discantus) and where a third part (triplum) was added it was assigned to the highest voice, the soprano or treble .
TREBIZOND (Gr. Trapezus)
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