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- n. A dissonant music note. Used in Baroque music as a decorative embellishment of a melodic note. The grace note is played as quickly as possible and takes no time from the melody note. The symbol for this grace note is a smaller quaver with a line through.
Borrowing from Italian acciacatura. (Wiktionary)
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