ledger line

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Notes in ledger lines above the staff.

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ledger line (plural ledger lines)

  1. A musical notation to inscribe notes outside the lines and spaces of the regular musical staves; a line slightly longer than the note is drawn parallel to the staff, above or below, spaced at the same distances as the notes within the staff.

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