Below the true pitch; hence, as applied to intervals, minor, or lower by a half step; as, a flat seventh; A flat.
A character [þ] before a note, indicating a tone which is a half step or semitone lower.
To depress in tone, as a musical note; especially, to lower in pitch by half a tone.
To fall form the pitch.
a note that is lower in pitch by a half-step, in Western music. Thus B is equal to C-flat (Cb). The opposite of sharp
A reduction in the pitch by a semitone. The term is also used to describe an unintentional and indeterminate lowering of the pitch, this second meaning is used to describe the all-too-prevalent tendency of singers to sing under the note. It's opposite to sharp.
A sign placed next to a note that lowers its pitch by a semitone. A D-flat is played on the piano, for example, by striking the black key immediately to the left of the white key D. Compare with sharp.
A shoe with a heel that is under one half inch in height.
(1) In musical notation, a sign (6) indicating that the note it precedes is to be played a half step lower; (2) the term used to specify a particular note, for example, B6.
symbol (b) used for lowering a note by a semitone. A double-flat (bb) moves the note down by two semitones (one tone).
a note that is half a tone lower in pitch than the regular note glissando an Italian word for "slide", meaning sliding up and down a series of notes very quickly.
indicates that a note is to be played one half step lower than written, represented by the symbol ""
symbol that lowers a pitch by one half step (b)
a musical notation indicating one half step lower than the note named
lowered in pitch by one chromatic semitone; "B flat"
below the proper pitch; "she sang flat last night"
A flat is a symbol () that lowers a note one-half step.
It lowers the pitch of a note 1/2 step.
A symbol (b) which signifies the lowering of a note 1 semitone
a sign indicating that a note should be lowered in pitch by one half-step
a symbol that lowers the pitch or pitch class one half step.
in reference to another pitch, being lower in frequency than that given pitch.
Generally refers to the condition of a pitch that has an even surface without much bounce.
A symbol used to lower the pitch of a note by a half step. The symbol for a flat is ( b ). All seven natural notes can be flatted: Ab, Bb, Cb, Db, Eb, Fb, and Gb.
1. The symbol shown above that indicates a note to be lowered on half step. 2. When a pitch is lower than normal, i.e., out of tune.
show HIDE Half a signature.
Accidental that indicates that the note that follows it should be lowered one half step.
It is the notational symbol normally placed to the left of a note, indicating that the note is to be lowered in pitch by one semitone.
Half a step/key lower (those black little thingies on the keyboard); in vocals, this means you are off-key by a lower note.
in musical notation the symbol ( ) placed before a note, lowers its pitch a half step.
( 1 ) The lowering of a pitch by a semi-tone. Sound which has not been equalized.
A symbol which lowers the pitch of a note one half step.
In music, flat means "lower in pitch." More specifically, in music notation, flat means "lower in pitch by a semitone (half step)," and has an associated symbol (\flat), which looks somewhat like a lowercase "b". The Unicode character 'â™' (U+266D) can be used to display a flat sign.