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Skip to 0 minutes and 4 seconds Now, it is time to say goodbye. And of course, many things left unsaid. But as you will from now on look at a clef, a time signature, or even at a single note with the knowledge of their hundreds of years old history, I hope that this encourages you to discover even more aspects of the history of notation. If you enjoyed our course, please keep on questioning the manuscripts. And perhaps you even dare now by yourself to turn ink into sound. Well, thank you very much for joining us during the last seven weeks. On behalf of my team, let me say how much we enjoyed designing this course for you. I hope you enjoyed it too and found it useful.

Skip to 0 minutes and 59 seconds You’ve taken the first steps toward transcribing and reading music from ancient manuscripts. Now, you’re ready to deepen your studies in ancient music maybe by joining us at Basel sometime in the future. See you.

Saying goodbye

Now it’s time to say goodbye. Thank you for joining our journey through medieval music and its history of notation and for sharing your thoughts with us and the other learners.

We hope to see you again, either on the FutureLearn platform or maybe sometime at the University of Basel.

If you want to deepen your understanding of some of the aspects we discussed during this course have a look at step 7.10.

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From Ink to Sound: Decoding Musical Manuscripts

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