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coloration
different coloured inks used in Medieval rhythm notation
diastemic
neumes placed in a systematic way to mark high and low notes
non-diastemic
approximate marks to aid memory of tune
duplum
higher part added to plainsong tune
estampie
early Mediaeval instrumental music structure
Gradual
book of Mass chants
in campo aperto
notation using neumes to help singer's memory
ligature
Mediaeval notation with notes in a shape showing pitch and rhythm
mannered notation
complicated rhythms in 14th-15th century music using coloration and canon
mensuration
temporal relationship between different note values
mixed notation
14th century combination of Italian and French notation styles
modes
old form of scales
perfection
division of notes into 3
imperfection
division of notes into 2
rhythmic mode
6 patterns of rhythm based on Augustine poetic metres