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tablature

 [tab´lah-chur]
separation of the chief cranial bones into inner and outer tables, separated by a diploë.

tab·la·ture

(tab'lă-chūr),
The state of division of the cranial bones into two plates separated by the diploë.
[L. tabula, tablet]

tablature

/tab·la·ture/ (tab´lah-chur) separation of the chief cranial bones into inner and outer tables, separated by a diploë.

tab·la·ture

(tab'lă-chŭr)
The state of division of the cranial bones into two plates separated by the diploë.
[L. tabula, tablet]

tablature

separation of the chief cranial bones into inner and outer tables, separated by a diploë.
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17 with the text underlaid to the tablature (though still without the melody); this copy is struck through several times, and the piece appears again on f.
In his first four volumes, Romano presented only a very small percentage of texts with tablature (27 poems in all); yet he derived eight of these tablatures directly from Berti's songs, and four others directly from Carlo Milanuzzi's Primo scherzo delle ariose vaghezze (Venice: Bartolomeo Magni, 1622).
And this [playing in accordance with the composer's intentions] could not be brought about otherwise, or more easily, than by this device of numbers or figures, by means of which any little boy, even if he has familiarized himself with them only a little, will play the music just as correctly and without discord as if he were playing from a complete Tablature.
Dirksen includes an impressive bibliography, though the study would have been even more thorough had the author been familiar with three recent dissertations from Oxford University: Robert Judd included important material on the Liber Fratrum cruciferorum leodiensium and the Turin tablatures in his Notational formats at the keyboard (1988); Martin Souter investigated keyboard intabulation in his Sixteenth-century intabulation procedures and their relationship to the formation and understanding of Sweelinck's keyboard style (1990); and my own thesis, The instrumental music of Peter Philips (1994), contains information about many sources that include music by both Sweelinck and Philips.
One innovation not found in earlier volumes in the Corpus series is the abandonment of bar-lines in the study score and vocal part, although regular vertical divisions are indicated in the original tablature.
With Power Tab and Guitar Pro tabs, TabToolkit automatically scrolls tablature and standard music notation while enabling users to hear the instrument being played.
4] The lute-poem flourished among the poets of the so-called Pleiade group and also among those who lived in Lyons, which was a prosperous center of lutherie and a hub for the printing and diffusion of Italian lute tablatures in the middle third of the century.
An aspect of the production of this series which has improved dramatically is the typeface--in this volume it is the clearest yet, for both the mensural notation and the tablature.
But perhaps Kapsberger was striving to say as much as he could about how the music should actually be performed: tablature notation owes no allegiance to the `rules' of music; it is a purely practical device for imparting performance information.
In an exciting and groundbreaking move, Mars plans to use his new web site to host online guitar playing clinics and provide interactive tablature for portions of his most popular and famous riffs and solos, along with video demonstrations of how he uses his own innovative techniques to create some of his trademark phrases and sound effects.
Basic information, necessary to the performer is presented - selection of strings, tuning, and facts about the notation which is a form of lute tablature usually called Spanish lute tablature but which is known only in Milan's book.