barline


barline
тактовая черта;
1) custom barline — произвольная тактовая черта, нерегулярная тактовая черта; 2) dashed barline — пунктирная тактовая черта; 3) dotted barline — пунктирная (точечная) тактовая черта; 4) double barline — двойная тактовая черта; 5) final barline — заключительная тактовая черта, концевая тактовая черта; 6) invisible barline — невидимая тактовая черта; 7) tick barline — штрих-цезура, разметочная тактовая черта

English-Russian dictionary of musical terminology. 2015.

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