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a rock music genre that developed between 1974 and 1976 in the United Kingdom, United States, and Australia.
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Musical genre originating in Bahia, Brazil, with its roots in Rio de Janeiro, being influenced by the contributions of African musicians brought to the New World by the slave trade.
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Persistence of sound in a particular space after the original sound is produced.
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17th century composer of the classical era
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a guitar part which plays melody lines, instrumental fill passages, guitar solos, and occasionally, some riffs within a song structure.
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A musical indication that two or more notes should be played smoothly and connected-- i.e. no intervening silence between notes.
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A group of musicians improvising together with little or no predefined arrangement or structure.
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Open-source music notation software, or its accompanying sheet-music sharing website
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the use of facial muscles and the shaping of the lips to the mouthpiece of woodwind instruments or the mouthpiece of the brass instruments.
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The name for the type of music theory that covers music from the Western European tradition.
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a reflection of a sound that takes longer to arrive at the listener than the direct arrival of the sound from the source. This effect can also be emulated mechanically or digitally.
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a pair of small loudspeakers that are designed to be held in place close to a user's ears.
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A string instrument with strings perpendicular to the soundboard. For questions regarding the free reed wind instrument, use the "harmonica" tag.
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Questions pertaining to the percieved difficulty of a piece according to a recognized standard
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The parts of music that involves the lowest pitched voice in music; usually referring to parts corresponding to bass vocalists, or below.
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a large drum that produces a note of low definite or indefinite pitch.
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The process of playing music, usually prepared, for a small group of trained individuals in order to determine admittance into a musical group
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Chopin was a romantic composer who lived from 1810 to 1841 and wrote mainly - almost only - for the piano.
Section of technical virtuosity, commonly associated with classical music
a thin pointed stick of about 12-16 inches, used by a conductor to amplify and specify the movements he or she uses to communicate visually with an ensemble of musicians.