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  • n. The octave directly below the great octave

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In music, the 16-foot octave of the organ, the notes of which are denoted by CC, DD, etc.; on the piano, the lowest octave beginning with C, the notes of which are denoted by C1, D1, etc.; on other instruments, the octave corresponding to these.


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