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Greeks and Romans used letters of their alphabet to represent notes. Boethius was the first Roman to record the use of letters for notes in the 5 th century AD. A st...
Greeks and Romans used letters of their alphabet to represent notes. Boethius was the first Roman to record the use of letters for notes in the 5 th century AD. A statesman of the court of Theodoric the Great, he used the first 15 letters of the alphabet to represent 15 notes and this became known as Boethian Notation. Musicians everywhere will love this black necktie featuring musical notes in vibrant colors.
- Color: Black
- Dimensions: 3.75'' x 59.0''
- Material: Polyester
- Label: Wild Ties
- Item: #XR443111
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Fun tie for a choir leader
The colors are vibrant and bright, I really like this tie, and have received many nice compliments.
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I bought this tie for my son's 6th grade band teacher and the quality was SUPERB, the presentation (the box, the tissue wrapping, etc.) was BEAUTIFUL and it arrived quickly. My son and I were so impressed that we placed a second order for a different tie for his science teacher!