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Any of several devices which automatically record the notes of the tune played on a pianoforte, harpsichord, or similar musical instrument.
An electronic device which provides a continuous graphic record of melody, speech, etc., usually showing how pitch and loudness vary with time.
Late 19th century; earliest use found in George Grove (1820–1900), writer on music and lexicographer. Partly from French mélographe and partly from its probable etymon German Melograph from melo- + -graph<br>1960s; earliest use found in World of Music. From melo- + -graph.
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