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contrabass with a pitch an octave below the normal bass. [1/4 definitions]
contrabassoon a bassoon that is larger than the ordinary bassoon and an octave lower in pitch; double bassoon.
coupler a device in an organ or harpsichord connecting two keyboards or two keys an octave apart so that they may be played together. [1/2 definitions]
diatonic in music, being or using a standard major or minor scale of eight notes to the octave, without chromatic tones.
mode1 in music, any of several arrangements of the eight diatonic tones of the octave; scale. [1/4 definitions]
Petrarchan sonnet an Italian sonnet form made popular by Petrarch, consisting of an octave and a sestet. (Cf. Shakespearean sonnet.)
piccolo a small flute with a pitch that is an octave higher than that of the standard flute.