C
(see)


[Eng.] - [Ger.]


  1. Abbreviation used on the staff to designate common time.
  2. The first note (tonic) in the C major scale. In solfeggio it is normally called do, except in France where it is called Ut. The frequencies of the audible pitches of C are notated below.
  3. The note Ut of the Guidonian System.
  4. The note from which pianos and organs are typically tuned.

See also [Eng.] C; [Fr.] Ut (m); [Fr.] Do (m); [Ger.] C (n); [It.] Do (m); [Sp.] Do.


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