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British pronunciation/hˈəʊl nˈəʊt/
American pronunciation/hˈoʊl nˈoʊt/
Whole note
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a musical note that is held or sustained for the duration of four beats in 4/4 time, typically denoted by an open oval shape

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In the choral arrangement, the singers held a whole note to create a sense of harmony and unity.
The vocalist held a whole note at the climax of the song, drawing in the audience with the emotive intensity of the sustained pitch.
The pianist played a whole note in the left hand while embellishing the melody with the right hand.
The brass section sustained a whole note, adding richness to the orchestral texture.
As the conductor signaled, the strings played a whole note, providing a foundation for the woodwind melody.
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