度量編號專有名稱


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這些度量編號叫什麼。我可以在那裡回答我自己的問題。請參閱下面的突出顯示。誰來決定這些?是作曲家嗎?您會發現我注意到有時它們之間的間隔為五個小節,而其他時候則更長。

此外,這是否可能是在彩排中指揮可以說" From 39"或類似的詞?

numbers by staff

Stravinsky, Symphony in C

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These are normally called 'rehearsal numbers' or 'rehearsal figures'. You're correct: the conductor will say "from number/figure 184" or just "from 184" or even "184!". Often rehearsal letters are used instead of numbers (rehearsal numbers and letters are referred to as 'rehearsal marks'), and sometimes every measure is numbered individually in a small font. The spacing can be as short as every four or five measures but sometimes they are spaced irregularly and only placed at the beginning of musical sections.
A composer might put these in themself, but if they don't the publisher will. This occasionally leads to problems if the conductor and the orchestra are using different editions with different rehearsal number systems. A publisher might have the orchestra parts for an old work computer-typeset and change the numbering system and then the conductor turns up with the score they have been using for forty years.


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That aren't measure numbers but rehearsal marks. They can signal beginning of solos, difficult sections, or any useful starting place to rehearse. To allow some freedom and for quicker finding of marks, frequent placement is recommended.

The person conducting rehearsal can indeed say: "let's start again from 39" and the players easily find where that is. It's much more practical than counting measures. Rehearsal letters instead of numbers are common.


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https://usermanuals.finalemusic.com/Finale2014Win/Content/Finale/Rehearsal_letters.htm#:~:text=Rehearsal%20marks%20(letters%20or%20numbers,%2C%203%E2%80%A6etc.).

The above site says that "Rehearsal marks (letters or numbers) are added as expressions using the Rehearsal Marks category of the Expression Selection dialog box. Using Finale's Auto-Sequencing feature, all rehearsal marks can be added with the same expression, and each will appear consecutively in the score (A, B, C…1, 2, 3…etc.). Rehearsal marks added this way also update to accommodate deleted, added, or reordered rehearsal letters automatically. Additionally, rehearsal marks are defined to display on the top staff of the score and on every part."


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Rehearsal marks without doubt, for bar numbers their difference is too small.

See also this question; it is a bit unusual, that the rehearsal marks follow so close to each other, since 3rd bar after xxx is also frequently used.

I have not yet encountered three-digit ones. Rehearsal marks may also use single or at worst double letters and be surrounded by a circle instead of a box.