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#beginquote# If you say the "words" (notes) are extended, i figure it may have something to do with note duration. This signifies the duration for which a played note lasts, eg a whole note (semibreve), half note (minim), quarter note (crotchet), eighth note (quaver), sixteenth note (semiquaver), thirty second note(demisemiquaver) and so on (in descending order of duration). For instruments where a note can be sustained for a relatively long time(e.g human voice, a flute, etc.) the duration of each note signifies for how much time it is to be played. (In case you are confusing it, extension or sustainance has nothing to with what note it is : A, B, C, or whatever). I hope that was what you asked for, if not then I apologise. #endquote#
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