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Dec
20
accepted Fingering for octaves on the piano
Dec
8
answered What are some good, intermediate-level pieces for piano left hand?
Dec
1
comment is there a modulation in boogie-woogie?
I don't think so, because you don't get the sense that you want to rest on F or G. Using an arrow -> to indicate that a chord "pushes" toward another one and a comma to indicate a restful chord, the blues is heard as C, F -> C, G -> C or C, F -> C, F -> G -> C. Tonicization would be C, D7 -> G, G7 -> C. Modulation: C -> F -> G7 -> C, F -> G7 -> C, G -> A7 -> D. (That's a "truck driver's gear change"; see www.gearchange.org.)
Nov
30
answered is there a modulation in boogie-woogie?
Nov
26
comment Is there any real-world difference between time signatures such as 4/4 and 8/8?
In the 1940's, piano Boogie-Woogie was also called "8 To The Bar", because the pulse was eight very rapid beats, not 4 or 2. All of the beats but the first were equal in force.
Nov
9
revised Is there a known point in history where dissonance became acceptable?
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Nov
9
answered Is there a known point in history where dissonance became acceptable?
Sep
29
answered Is there a term for the practice of “breaking symmetry” in a composition?
Sep
25
comment Are “The Carnival of the Animals” and “Danse Macabre” the same piece?
I wouldn't say "copied largely". It quotes the theme of Dance Macabre in a humorous way, and also several other tunes including "Au Clair de la Lune" and "Ah Vous d'Irai-je Maman" (the tune we English-speakers know as "The ABC Song").
Sep
13
accepted Managing batteries for live performances
Sep
12
asked Managing batteries for live performances
Sep
9
answered Are there any compositions for piano that are impossible to play without a full-range keyboard?
Sep
1
answered Are short fingers detrimental to becoming a pianist?
Aug
28
answered How do you label a sequential interval when the second note is lower in pitch than the first?
Aug
22
answered Suggestions for “Dark” Classical Music in the mood of Tim Burton film scores?
Aug
20
answered What is the full list of possible chord names? Are there chords that don't have a name in chord theory?
Aug
10
answered Prokofiev's style
Aug
8
answered Why is the piano such a commonly used instrument?
Aug
6
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
6
comment Should pedals be used when playing classical piano music?
Look at the Moonlight and Waldstein sonatas for example. The first movement of the Moonlight says: Si deve suonare tutto questo pezzo delicatissimamente e senza sordini. (This entire piece must be played most delicately and with no dampers.)