Double note
(DUH-bul note)


[Eng.]


A note having the time duration of twice the time duration of a whole note. The term double note was used mostly in Medieval and Renaissance music.

See also [Am.] Double whole note; [Br.] Breve; [Fr.] Double-ronde; [Ger.] Doppelganze; [Ger.] Doppelganzenote; [It.] Breve.


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