Clefs

A clef is a symbol at the beginning of the staff that specifies the pitch of the notes on the staff. Different clefs are used, each with its own note as a starting point, so you can write low and high notes using the fewest possible ledger lines, thus making the notes easier to read.  Contents  1. Treble clef  The treble clef (also…

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Situational Irony 

Definition of Situational Irony  Irony refers to an instance in which one thing appears to be true, but is actually the opposite. This type of contradiction appears often in literature and in many forms. Situational irony, as a literary device, is a form of irony in which something takes place that is different or the opposite of…

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Movies on TV this week: ‘Goldfinger’ on BBC

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