Category:Cambiata (changing notes)

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English: Cambiata, or nota cambiata, has a number of different and related meanings. Generally it refers to a pattern in a homophonic or polyphonic (and usually contrapuntal) setting where a note is skipped from in one direction and this is followed by motion in the opposite direction, and where either the note skipped from is distinguished as a dissonance or the note skipped to is distinguished as a non-harmonic or non-chordal tone. With regards to pedagogical, species counterpoint, it refers to a more specific set of patterns.

The cambiata is also called in English changing note , it is not to be confused with changing tones, which resolve to the original note.
<nowiki>Cambiata; Wechselnote; Broderie; Återgångston; Abiheli; Alterna noto; Cambiata; Nota cambiata; элемент музыкальной орнаментики, в виде первоначального "промахивания" мимо ноты и последующего попадания в неё; pattern in a homophonic or polyphonic setting of a melody; камбиата; изменённая нота; Turnonoto; Flankonoto</nowiki>
pattern in a homophonic or polyphonic setting of a melody
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