Galin-Paris-Chevé. Fr. sight-singing system, devised by Pierre Galin (1786–1821), Aimé Paris (1798–1866), Nanine Paris (d 1868), and Émile J. M. Chevé (1804–64), on movable-doh lines and with a practical device for acquiring the sense of time-values of notes. See also Tonic Sol-fa.
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