Pencil with the Ut queant laxis of Guido d’Arezzo.
The use of Ut queant laxis to name the tones is usually attributed to Guido of Arezzo in the eleventh century, who proposed a name the tones of notes.
The naming of the notes of the hexachord by the first syllable of each hemistich (half line of verse) of the first verse is usually attributed to Guido of Arezzo. Guido, who was active in the eleventh century, is regarded as the father of modern musical notation.
Dimensions: ↔18cm Ø6,9mm;
Made in Portugal by Music Gift
Also available in: Portuguese (Portugal)