Bortoletti - Bronze seal symbol - Music
The treble clef is a standard symbol for naming the notes on the staff. It is used for scores that make extensive use of higher frequencies i.e. the higher notes: usually from middle C and up. The graphic symbol is based on the letter G ("G" is sol in the Anglo-Saxon notation), and indicates that the G/sol is the note where it rests its "curl" on the second line. The other notes are positioned accordingly.
The seals always have a magical significance. Melt the sealing wax and make a seal is like taking a trip back in time.
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