from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The science or art of writing music out in legible characters; musical notation.


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  • My historian-confrères, for their part, may wish to reaffirm the virtues of pluralism in historical musicology, i.e., openness to individual variations of style and emphasis in the selection and evaluation of contextual data, on pain of the opposite: lock-step musicography.

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