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Traditional Notation VS Graphic Notation



Traditional notation is a system of musical notation that uses a standardized set of symbols and marks to represent musical sounds and their duration, pitch, and dynamics. It is a highly structured and precise system that has been used for centuries in Western classical music, as well as in other genres such as jazz and popular music.


Graphic notation, on the other hand, is a form of musical notation that uses visual symbols, shapes, and graphics to represent musical sounds and ideas. It is a more flexible and open-ended system that allows for greater interpretation and improvisation by performers.


While traditional notation provides a precise and standardized method for reading and performing music, graphic notation can be more expressive and allow for greater creative interpretation by performers. Both systems have their advantages and are used in different musical contexts and genres.


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Traditional Notation VS Graphic Notation


PYP/MYP/NCAS:

LP 'Traditional VS Graphic score in Music' (NCCAS_PYP_MYP) PDF
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