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If you decided to learn a piece of music, a piano concerto, say, you'd likely start by getting a copy of the score to study. However, what if you came away from that study with only the knowledge that the score consisted of 1432 A notes, 1268 Es, 745 G-sharps, and so on? Have you learned the piece? No, of course not it's not the number of notes that matters.