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In harmony, the appearance of a note with the same letter‐name in different parts (or ‘voices’) of contiguous or the same chords, in one case inflected (♯ or ♭) and in the other uninflected (e.g. F♮ and F♯). Amer. term is ‘cross‐relation’.

Subjects: Music.


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