Definition of Note value
1. Noun. (music) the relative duration of a musical note.
Category relationships: Music
Generic synonyms: Continuance, Duration
Definition of Note value
1. Noun. (music) A musical notation that indicates the relative duration of a note, using the color or shape of the note head, the presence or absence of a stem, and the presence of flags. ¹
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Literary usage of Note value
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1. The Philosophy of Trade: Or, Outlines of a Theory of Profits and Prices by Patrick James Stirling (1846)
"Locke's opinions on this subject referred to, 4, note ; and those of Sir W. Petty, Mr Harris, Dr Adam Smith, and the Earl of Liverpool, 5, note. Value and ..."
2. A Short Course in Music by Frederic Herbert Ripley, Thomas Tapper (1898)
"The meter signature shows into how many parts each measure is divided, and also the note value for each part or beat. The upper figure shows the number of ..."
3. Screw Propeller Computer by George Robert McDermott (1902)
"(R scale) note value Rs- V^ opposite .3 surf. ratio=7.4 ... (R scale) note value R^V\ opposite .47 surf. ratio= 4.14 As the diameter is less than 2 feet the ..."
4. The Musical Guide: Containing a Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of Terms by Rupert Hughes (1903)
"If this repetition be exact, interval for interval, note-value for note-value, the imitation is strict or canonic, vide CANON ; otherwise free. i. at the ..."
5. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of Common Law by Great Britain Bail Court (1873)
"Yours of the 27th instant is received this day, inclosing bills and note, value 242/. 10». 6(/., which will pass to your son's account when paid. ..."
6. Music Lovers' Cyclopedia: Containing a Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary by Rupert Hughes (1912)
"... interval for interval, note-value for note-value, the imitation is strict or canonic, vide CANON ; otherwise free, i. at the 5th, octave, etc. ..."
7. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's Bench: With by Great Britain Court of King's Bench (1827)
"On the 27/A of March 1824-, H. Casson sent to the plaintiffs a letter as follows: " Inclosed are three bills, a bank post bill and bank note, value together ..."