E-flat

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E-flat (plural E-flats)

  1. (music) A tone intermediate between D and E, denoted E♭.
    The clarinet played a long E-flat.
  2. (music) A key or other mechanism for producing an E-flat.
    I had to take it to the shop because the E-flat was stuck.
  3. (music) The key of E-flat major.
    We will now hear the third sonata, in E-flat.

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Last modified on 30 March 2014, at 21:52