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Encyclopedia > Tie (music)

In music, a tie is when multiple notes of the same pitch are to be played as one note with a duration equal to the sum of the individual notes' durations. In standard musical notation, a tie is denoted with a curved line over the notes, similar to a slur.


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Tie (music) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (250 words)
In music notation, a tie is a curved line connecting the heads of two notes of the same pitch, indicating that they are to be played as a single note with a duration equal to the sum of the individual notes' note values.
A tie is similar in appearance to a slur.
The tie shown at right (in blue) connects a quarter note (crotchet) to a sixteenth note (semiquaver), creating a note 5/4 as long as a quarter note, or five times as a long as a sixteenth note—there is no single note value to express this duration.
Music Ties from Tie Warehouse - Piano Keyboard Ties, Guitar Neck Ties, Music Notes Ties, (337 words)
A lovely tie for guitarists and music lovers, with a classical accoustic guitar on staves and a navy background.
A great music silk tie with a piano keyboard and music down the tie on a textured background.
A fun musical tie featuring a trumpet and music notes on a light blue and navy background.
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