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English: Diagram of the note assignments of the broken octave (low C), used on old harpsichords and organs. Image made by Opus33 using Microsoft Paint, after an original by Trevor Pinnock. SVG created by DnetSvg
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  • 2007-09-12 22:25 DnetSvg 206×210×0 (7005 bytes) Diagram of the note assignments of the broken octave (low C), used on old harpsichords and organs. Image made by Opus33 using Microsoft Paint, after an original by Trevor Pinnock. SVG created by DnetSvg {{created with Inkscape}} == Licensi

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