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Absolute pitch (AP), widely referred to as perfect pitch, is the ability of a person to identify or re-create a given music note without the benefit of an external reference.
Definition Absolute pitch (AP), or perfect pitch, is the ability to name or reproduce a tone without reference to an external standard.The naming/labeling of notes need not be verbal. AP can also be demonstrated by other codes such as auditory imagery or sensorimotor responses, for example, reproducing a tone on an instrument. Therefore a musician from an aural tradition, with no musical notation, can still exhibit AP when asked to reproduce a sounded note.Possessors of absolute pitch exhibit the ability in varying degrees. Generally, absolute pitch implies some or all of the following abilities when done without reference to an external standard:Identify by name individual pitches (e.g. A, B, C♯) played on various instrumentsName the key of a given piece of tonal music just by listening (without reference to an external tone)Identify and name all the tones of a given chord or other tonal massAccurately sing a given pitch without an external referenceName the pitches of common everyday noises such as car hornsIdentify the numerical value in hertz of a given note.Individuals may possess both absolute pitch and relative pitch ability in varying degrees. Both relative and absolute pitch work together in actual musical listening and practice, although individuals exhibit preferred strategies in using each skill.
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