[Menvi-discuss] Facsimile Transcription

Karen Gearreald karen118 at cox.net
Sat Apr 21 13:31:30 EDT 2012


Yes, Dale.  Section 2.3 of the 1997 BANA music code states:  "The first note
of the passage . . . is given two octave signs, the first showing its
position on the print staff, the second its actual sound.  Any octave sign
occurring during this passage must be that of the sound and not that of the
staff.  The first note after the end of the passage is given a double octave
mark to show that its position on the staff corresponds with its actual
sound."

 

If you wish, you can download the entire BANA music code from the BANA web
site, www.brailleauthority.org.

 

 
Karen

 

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[mailto:menvi-discuss-bounces at menvi.org] On Behalf Of Dale Lieser
Sent: Saturday, April 21, 2012 11:21 AM
To: 'This is for discussing music and braille literacy'
Subject: [Menvi-discuss] Facsimile Transcription

 

Karen,

 

Are you familiar with using two different octave marks in a braille score to
show that an 8va line is beginning in the print?

 

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