a sign locating middle C on the third line of the staff.
Primarily (besides the bass clef), in Italy and Germany, only the tenor clef was used, and the alto clef in France.
The Violoncello and Its History Wilhelm Joseph von Wasielewski
the clef that establishes middle C as being on the third line of the staff Also called viola clef See also C clef
a cloud of a class characterized by globular masses or rolls in layers or patches, the individual elements being larger and darker than those of cirrocumulus and smaller than those of stratocumulus: of medium altitude, about 8000–20,000 feet (2450–6100 meters). noun (pl) -li (-laɪ) a globular cloud at an intermediate height of about 2400 to […]
- Alto flute
a large flute pitched a perfect fourth lower than an ordinary flute.
- Alto horn
. a valved brass musical instrument, varying in shape, that is the alto member of the cornet family. noun another term for althorn noun a valved brass musical instrument belonging to the saxhorn or flügelhorn families
an abnormal fear of heights; acrophobia. noun a fear of heights, high places Word Origin Latin altus ‘high’