Category:Transposing instruments

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See also categories: Transposing instruments, Multi-key instruments and Chromatic instruments.

<nowiki>instrumento transpositor; Transzponáló hangszerek; транспонирующие музыкальные инструменты; transponierendes Musikinstrument; Uirlis ghléasaistrithe; վերադաշնակող երաժշտական գործիքներ; 移调乐器; Transponerende instrument; 移調楽器; transponerande instrument; טרנספוזיציה לכלי נגינה; 移調樂器; 移调乐器; 조옮김 악기; Transpona muzikinstrumento; транспонирачки музички инструмент; strumento traspositore; instrument transpositeur; Transponeeriv muusikainstrument; instrumento transpositor; Transponerend instrument; 移调乐器; ساز انتقالی; Instrumenty transponujące; transponerende instrument; 移調樂器; instrument transpositor; Transpositor; 移調樂器; transponerande instrument; transposing instrument; آلة تصويرية; 移调乐器; Транспонуючі музичні інструменти; instrumento musical no que a altura das notas que soan non é a mesma que a que consta na partitura; instrumento musical para el cual la altura de la nota que suena no corresponde a la altura de la nota escrita; instrument for which music is conventionally written transposed to a different pitch; Strumenti traspositori; Instruments transpositeurs; instruments transpositeurs; Transpositor; Instrumento transportador; Instrumentos transpositores; Transponeeriv instrument; Transponeeriv pill; Instrument transponujący; 이조 악기; 이조악기; Transpositie; Instruments transpositors; Transpona instrumento; transponierendes Instrument; Instrumentos tranpositores; transposing musical instrument; transposing instruments; آلات نقلية; 移調樂器; Klingande; C-instrument</nowiki>
transposing instrument 
instrument for which music is conventionally written transposed to a different pitch
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Sheet music of an orchestral piece. Most instruments' parts have a key signature indicating the actual key of D major, but some parts are written transposed and accordingly bear other key signatures: clarinets ("2 Klarinetten in A"), trumpets ("2 Trompeten in C"), and French horns ("4 Hörner in F"). Note that timpani ("3 Pauken in A C D") are traditionally written without key signature but are notated at concert pitch.
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