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comment What do Four Vertical Dots mean?
Elain Gould in Behind the Bars also calls them dotted barlines. She state that they mark subdivisions of a bar, especially useful in very long bars or irregular ones, e.g. subdivided 2+2+3.
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answered Is it possible to get decent MIDI sound with Windows laptop?
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reviewed Reviewed Why does singing high notes seem to strain my vocal chords more than low notes?
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revised Are tonal (sharp, flat and natural) key signatures octave specific?
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reviewed No Action Needed What is the difference between portamento and glissando?
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reviewed Reviewed The practical difference between 2/2 and 2/4 time
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revised The practical difference between 2/2 and 2/4 time
Stravinsky title corrected, italics instead of quotes
Apr
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reviewed No Action Needed Guitar : Difficulty in chords shifting
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revised If the time signature changes, does the key signature change as well?
notation tag added
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revised If the time signature changes, does the key signature change as well?
example graphic added
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answered If the time signature changes, does the key signature change as well?
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answered Does “through-composed” mean a piece is disorganized?
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revised Why are time signatures needed?
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comment Why are time signatures needed?
I'm somewhat unsure: possibly mean chord notation? Whether notes are played at the same time or not, is typically seen from the fact, that they share the note stem... This rule finds its exception in very tightly set chords, where notes in smaller intervals than a third may be squeezed aside.
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answered Why are time signatures needed?
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comment Αre these three dots over a note supposed to be staccato?
possible duplicate of Four dots over tremolo minim (half note with slash)
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comment Do accidentals in one staff apply to notes in other staffs?
It is somewhat unclear to me, for what reason you write "should affect". I learned this quite recently from an comment by @Éduard, that accidentals are valid for the one octave only, where they appear. (see e.g. wikipedia). So I would be more than surprised, if they would be valid in different staffs, clefs where the context is much more difficult to see.
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revised Are tonal (sharp, flat and natural) key signatures octave specific?
Édouard comments considered
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revised Are tonal (sharp, flat and natural) key signatures octave specific?
tailored tags by removing tone, adding notation and (less convinced:) accidentals