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Microsoft Windows SBS 2008 (Small Business Server) Network Administrator, supporting Windows 7 clients.

Former Volunteer Business Administrator for the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra.

I have also been a technical writer, computer magazine tech journalist, music critic and music journalist, copywriter and publicist, and professional musician.


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comment Comfortable notes in a key
You should also look up the concept of the "turnaround", a term used in jazz and pop music to describe a major cadence at the end of a whole section of music.
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comment Comfortable notes in a key
Learn about the concept of cadences. A cadence is a resolution of a musical phrase (in the harmonies or chord progression), analogous to the punctuation at the end of a sentence.
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comment how does the bluegrass major chord built off of the flat 7 “work”?
Joe Coder Guy, you have a point -- but it's the V that is unexpected, not the IV. In the way it's used in rock, in the mixolydian, V remains a major chord (although strictly speaking according to the mode you would expect the V to be minor). I don't know the music theory reason for this, but it is played that way. It's the same with the minor mode, too, in all forms of music. The major-chord V in the minor key has a raised 7th scale degree.
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answered Sound spectrum to notes software