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 Übersetzung für 'C♯ major' von Englisch nach Deutsch
mus.
C major <C>
C-Dur {n} <C>
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mus.
C flat major
Ces-Dur {n}
mus.
C major scale
C-Dur-Tonleiter {f}
mus.
C sharp major <C♯ major>
Cis-Dur {n} <Cis, C♯>
Fiktion (Literatur und Film)
lit.F
Career in C Major and Other Stories [James M. Cain]
Karriere in C-Dur
Teiltreffer
jobstech.
chief constructor <c.c., C.C.>
Chefkonstrukteur {m}
cost, insurance, freight, commission <cifc, c.i.f.c.> Kosten, Versicherung, Fracht und Provision inbegriffen
unit
cycles per second <cps, c/sec, c/s>
Zyklen {pl} pro Sekunde <cps, c/sec, c/s>
unit
counts per second <c/s, c/sec, cps>
Impulse {pl} pro Sekunde <Ips, Imp./Sek.>
unit
counts per minute <c/m, c/min, cpm>
Impulse {pl} pro Minute <Ipm, Imp./Min.>
relig.
Sisters of Christian Charity <SCC, S.C.C.>
Schwestern {pl} der Christlichen Liebe
law
United States Court of Federal Claims <Fed. Cl., C.F.C.>
oberstes Bundesverwaltungs­gericht {n} der USA [Ansprüche gegen die USA]
mus.
bass C <c0, c> [also: tenor C]
kleines C {n} <c0, c>
mil.
commander-in-chief <C.-in-C., C in C>
Oberbefehlshaber {m}
math.
set of complex numbers <ℂ, C>
Menge {f} der komplexen Zahlen <ℂ, C>
mus.
double top C <c4, c''''>
viergestrichenes C {n} <c4, c''''>
phys.
charm quark <c quark, c>
Charm-Quark {n} <c-Quark, c>
relig.
Church of England <C of E> <CE> <C.E.> <CofE> <COE>
[englische Staatskirche]
mus.
top C <c3, c'''>
dreigestrichenes C {n} <c3, c'''>
mus.
middle C <c1, c'>
eingestrichenes C {n} <c1, c'>
mus.
treble C <c2, c''>
zweigestrichenes C {n} <c2, c''>
mus.
C minor <c, Cm>
c-Moll {n} <c, Cm>
chem.
carbon fiber reinforced carbon matrix composites <C/C composites>
kohlenstofffaserverstärkte Kohlenstoffmatrixverbunde {pl}
per cent <%, p/c, pc., p.c.> [Br.]Prozent {n} <%>
math.
approximately finite dimensional C*-algebra <AF C*-algebra>
AF-C*-Algebra {f}
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Übersetzung für 'C♯ major' von Englisch nach Deutsch

C major <C>
C-Dur {n} <C>mus.

C flat major
Ces-Dur {n}mus.
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C major scale
C-Dur-Tonleiter {f}mus.
C sharp major <C♯ major>
Cis-Dur {n} <Cis, C♯>mus.

Career in C Major and Other Stories [James M. Cain]
Karriere in C-Durlit.F

chief constructor <c.c., C.C.>
Chefkonstrukteur {m}jobstech.
cost, insurance, freight, commission <cifc, c.i.f.c.>
Kosten, Versicherung, Fracht und Provision inbegriffen
cycles per second <cps, c/sec, c/s>
Zyklen {pl} pro Sekunde <cps, c/sec, c/s>unit
counts per second <c/s, c/sec, cps>
Impulse {pl} pro Sekunde <Ips, Imp./Sek.>unit
counts per minute <c/m, c/min, cpm>
Impulse {pl} pro Minute <Ipm, Imp./Min.>unit
Sisters of Christian Charity <SCC, S.C.C.>
Schwestern {pl} der Christlichen Lieberelig.
United States Court of Federal Claims <Fed. Cl., C.F.C.>
oberstes Bundesverwaltungs­gericht {n} der USA [Ansprüche gegen die USA]law
bass C <c0, c> [also: tenor C]
kleines C {n} <c0, c>mus.
commander-in-chief <C.-in-C., C in C>
Oberbefehlshaber {m}mil.
set of complex numbers <ℂ, C>
Menge {f} der komplexen Zahlen <ℂ, C>math.
double top C <c4, c''''>
viergestrichenes C {n} <c4, c''''>mus.
charm quark <c quark, c>
Charm-Quark {n} <c-Quark, c>phys.
Church of England <C of E> <CE> <C.E.> <CofE> <COE>
[englische Staatskirche]relig.
top C <c3, c'''>
dreigestrichenes C {n} <c3, c'''>mus.
middle C <c1, c'>
eingestrichenes C {n} <c1, c'>mus.
treble C <c2, c''>
zweigestrichenes C {n} <c2, c''>mus.
C minor <c, Cm>
c-Moll {n} <c, Cm>mus.
carbon fiber reinforced carbon matrix composites <C/C composites>
kohlenstofffaserverstärkte Kohlenstoffmatrixverbunde {pl}chem.
per cent <%, p/c, pc., p.c.> [Br.]
Prozent {n} <%>
approximately finite dimensional C*-algebra <AF C*-algebra>
AF-C*-Algebra {f}math.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Ludwig van Beethoven composed a set of seven piano variations in the key of C major to the theme of "God Save the King", catalogued as WoO.78 (1802–1803).
  • ... Bach's Fugue in C major for Organ, BWV 547).
  • Haydn later used the hymn as the basis for the second movement ("Poco adagio cantabile") of his String Quartet No. 62 in C major, Opus 76 No. 3, often called the "Emperor" or "Kaiser" quartet.
  • These were the 6 non-Locrian modes of C major and F major.
  • Evidence suggests that absolute pitch sense is influenced by cultural exposure to music, especially in the familiarization of the equal-tempered C-major scale.

  • For example, C major indicates a major scale with a C tonic.
  • A notable instance is his "String Quartet in C major", K.
  • 5 in F major, Op. 24, is a four movement work for violin and piano by Ludwig van Beethoven.
  • For the second subject, it modulates to the unusual key of C major.
  • The reason is that the most commonly used scale in Western music is the major scale, and the sequence C–D–E–F–G–A–B–C (the C major scale) is the simplest example of a major scale.

  • Salieri's earliest surviving work is a Mass in C major.
  • No sharps or flats in a key signature can indicate that the music is in the key of C major / A minor or that the piece is modal or atonal, and does not have a key signature.
  • For example, the C major scale is typically written [...] (shown below), the initial and final C's being an octave apart.
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