- Alteration, Chromatic
- Musica falsa
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
Earlier Established Forms
Chromatic alteration (Music)
- found: New Grove (musica ficta: used loosely to describe accidentals added to sources of early music, by either the performer or the editor; more correctly used for notes that lie outside the predominantly diatonic theoretical gamut of medieval plainchant, whether written into the source or not; musica falsa (more common term in 13th century))
- found: New Harvard dict. of music (the synonymous term conjuncta first appeared in the 14th century)
- found: Music index, 1997 subj. hdg. list.
- found: RILM abstracts of music literature, 1991 (Musica ficta: see Chromatic alteration)
- 2002-09-06: new
- 2002-10-24: revised
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