Treble

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Treble may refer to:

In music:

  • Treble (sound), tones of high frequency or range, the counterpart of bass
  • Treble clef, a symbol used to indicate the pitch of written notes
  • Treble-cut or low-pass filter, which attenuates high frequencies while passing low frequencies
  • Treble or boy soprano, a young male singer with an unchanged voice in the soprano range
  • Treble (girl group), a three-piece girl group from the Netherlands
  • Treble, in change ringing, the bell with the highest pitch

In other uses:

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