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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} kafatası kemik tabakalarından biri
{i} kaldırım resmi
{i} tablatura
{i} duvar resmi
Englisch - Englisch
A form of musical notation indicating fingering rather than the pitch of notes, commonly used for stringed instruments
An engraved tablet etc
{n} a painting on walls or cielings
A painting on a wall or ceiling; a single piece comprehended in one view, and formed according to one design; hence, a picture in general
Sheet music for stringed instruments that uses numbers to designate where on the neck of the guitar the fingers are placed
a musical notation indicating the fingering to be used
A system of music notation for fretted instruments The term "Tab" is also used
is a more obvious way of showing how to play music on an instrument Tablature is unique to each instrument Most guitar players do not know how to read traditional music Instead, they look at tablature to see where they place their fingers so they can start playing more easily Likewise, Claviset Music is tablature for the Claviset Like any tablature, it is not intended to be used with any other instrument but makes playing Claviset easier than any other musical instrument available (or so we think!)
A method of notation based on how the note is played on the instrument Today tablature is mainly used for guitar music
"General name for the various early (15th-17th cent ) systems of notation (for keyboard instruments, lute, guitar, viol, flute, etc ) in which the tones are indicated by letters, figures, or other symbols instead of notes on a staff " (HDM) (Thorin)
{i} system of musical notation; tablet, engraved surface
An ancient mode of indicating musical sounds by letters and other signs instead of by notes
Musical notation using letters, numerals, or diagrams to specify pitch in terms of the playing technique of a given instrument rather than abstractly, as in conventional Western staff notation
Division into plates or tables with intervening spaces; as, the tablature of the cranial bones
A method of notation for string instruments It usually indicates a tone with notation referring to the finger and string used to create it
organ tablature
a shorthand system for notating organ music used mostly by the north German Baroque organ school; distinguished from musical notation by the use of letter names, octave lines and other symbols instead of notes and accidentals and by the lack of staff lines



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    /ˈtabləʧər/ /ˈtæbləʧɜr/


    [ ta-bl&-"chur, -ch&r, - ] (noun.) 1574. French, from Italian tavolare 'set to music'.

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