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What is a series of musical notes called?

A phrase.


What is a Rapid executed series of notes on a piano?

In Classical music rapidly playing a series of notes which is discretely audible is called a glissando. This can be done either on a piano or a harp.


A series of notes that moves stepwise and covers a complete span is called?

It is called an scale. No it's not. It's called an octave..


What is the name of the other series of notes beside Cliff Notes?

No need to answer. I now recall - the name is Monarch Notes.


What is guitar run?

A guitar "run" is a series of quick single notes played by the guitarist, also sometimes called a lick, or a riff.


If the white notes on a piano are called the 'natural notes' what are the black notes called?

These keys are the white ones on the piano, yes. These are the black notes on the piano.


How is the length of a tube of a brass instrument relate to the pitch?

Any given length of tubing will produce a specific set of notes on what is called the "overtone series." By making the length longer or shorter, it changes the group of available notes.


What are the letters in music called?

The letters in music are called the musical alphabet. The letters represent notes, and there are 12 of them. Natural notes are given the letters A through G. The other notes are in between natural notes and they are called sharps and flats.


What is the value of a 100 Federal Reserve Notes series 1996 series 2001 and series 2003?

Face value for all of them.


What are harmonics in music?

Harmonics in music are notes which are produced in a special way. They are notes which are produced as part of the "harmonic series".


How the length of a tube of a brass instrument has a direct relationship in the pitch of the instrument?

Any given length of tubing will produce a specific set of notes on what is called the "overtone series." By making the length longer or shorter, it changes the group of available notes.


How does the length of the tube of a brass instrument has a direct relationship to the pitch of the instrument?

Any given length of tubing will produce a specific set of notes on what is called the "overtone series." By making the length longer or shorter, it changes the group of available notes.