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  1. twelve-tone

    • IPA[ˈtwelv ˌnōt]
    • adj.
      denoting a system of musical composition using the twelve chromatic notes of the octave on an equal basis without dependence on a key system. Developed by Arnold Schoenberg, the technique is central to serialism and involves the transposition and inversion of a fixed sequence of pitches.