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a model of electric guitar designed in 1954 by Leo Fender, George Fullerton, and Freddie Tavares.
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Staccato signifies a note of shortened duration, separated by silence from the note that may follow.
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For questions related to setting up musical equipment on a stage or other live venue.
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short for Repetitive Strain Injury. Such injuries result from repeated motions, often involving the wrists or fingers, for example: mouse movements or piano playing.
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Pitched percussion instruments, usually arranged in a set of four, played by one musician. Also known as kettledrums, common in symphony orchestras.
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articulate or enunciate a note distinctly on a wind instrument by interrupting the air flow with the tongue.
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To transpose a fragment of music means to shift it into another key, maintaining the same intervals between the notes.
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an early electronic musical instrument controlled without discernible physical contact from the player.
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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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a guitar part which plays melody lines, instrumental fill passages, guitar solos, and occasionally, some riffs within a song structure.
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The study of being able to play a different part on each hand.
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Questions pertaining to the percieved difficulty of a piece according to a recognized standard
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The music rooted in the classical (Northern and Southern) music systems of India.
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a playing technique for guitar and bass guitar, executed by placing the side of the picking hand below the little finger across the strings to be plucked, very close to the bridge, an…
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Persistence of sound in a particular space after the original sound is produced.