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B (musical note)

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B, also known as Si, Ti, or, in some European countries, H, is the seventh note of the fixed-Do solfège. Its enharmonic equivalents are C and A

double sharp.

When calculated in equal temperament with a reference of A above middle C as 440 Hz, the frequency of Middle B (B4) is approximately 493.883 Hz. See pitch (music) for a discussion of historical variations in frequency.

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Designation by octave

Scientific designation Helmholtz designation Octave name Frequency (Hz)
B−1 B͵͵͵ or ͵͵͵B or BBBB Subsubcontra 15.434
B0 B͵͵ or ͵͵B or BBB Subcontra 30.868
B1 B͵ or ͵B or BB Contra 61.735
B2 B Great 123.471
B3 b Small 246.942
B4 b′ One-lined 493.883
B5 b′′ Two-lined 987.767
B6 b′′′ Three-lined 1975.533
B7 b′′′′ Four-lined 3951.066
B8 b′′′′′ Five-lined 7902.133
B9 b′′′′′′ Six-lined 15804.266
B10 b′′′′′′′ Seven-lined 31608.532

Scales

Common scales beginning on B

Diatonic scales

  • B Ionian: B C D E F G A B
  • B Dorian: B C D E F G A B
  • B Phrygian: B C D E F G A B
  • B Lydian: B C D E F G A B
  • B Mixolydian: B C D E F G A B
  • B Aeolian: B C D E F G A B
  • B Locrian: B C D E F G A B

Jazz melodic minor

Variation of meaning by geographical region

The referent of the musical note B varies by location. See note for a discussion on other differences in letter naming of the notes.

In the United States, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, and the Netherlands, as described above, B usually refers to the note a semitone below C, while B-flat refers to the note a whole tone below C.

However, in Germany, Central and Eastern Europe, and Scandinavia, the label B is used for what, above, is called B-flat, and the note a semitone below C is called H. This makes possible certain spellings which are otherwise impossible, such as the BACH motif.

See also

This page was last edited on 8 July 2018, at 17:38
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