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A leger line (sometimes spelled ledger line) is a tool of musical notation to express notes that do not fall on the regular lines or spaces of the musical staff. A short line (slightly longer than the note) is drawn parallel to the lines on the staff, corresponding to where the staff line would be if the note were in range (see Figure 1).
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