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A double vertical or heavy black line drawn through a staff to indicate the end of any of the main sections of a composition.
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(Classical Music) music a symbol, consisting of two ordinary bar lines or a single heavy one, that marks the end of a composition or a section within it
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a double vertical line on a musical staff indicating the end of a piece of music or a principal section.
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|Noun||1.||double bar - notation marking the end of principal parts of a musical composition; two adjacent bar lines|
bar line - a vertical line before the accented beat marking the boundary between musical bars
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