augmentation dot

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augmentation dot

An instruction in written music indicating that you should increase the duration of a note by one half. For example, an eighth note (depicted by a quaver) with an augmentation dot should last for 3 sixteenth notes (which equals one and a half eighth notes).

See Also: quaver, crotchet, eighth note, sixteenth note

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