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May
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accepted Fast octaves on the piano
May
31
answered How many voices do violins usually play in modern orchestral music
May
30
comment J. S. Bach's place in musical history
The answer to the question would have to be "We'll never know why Bach didn't follow the trend of the times. It's too late to ask him."
May
21
answered Alternative Numerical Representation of Pitch
May
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answered Keeping time when tired
May
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answered Mnemonics for memorizing the Staff: useful or harmful?
May
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answered Why do standard modern pianos have 88 keys?
May
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answered Shortening a long note: intended or not?
May
10
answered Have a note outstand in a pianissimo chord (piano)
May
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answered Performance practice of Viennese Waltz
May
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answered Is there any real-world difference between time signatures such as 4/4 and 8/8?
May
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answered J. S. Bach's place in musical history
May
4
answered When was the first recorded usage of a musical score?
May
4
comment Fingering for octaves on the piano
Sorry. I don't always phrase questions in the best way. But I got the kinds of answers I was hoping to see.
May
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answered What theory underpins how arpeggiators work?
May
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answered Composition of music suitable for concentration
May
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comment Training and Influences of J. S. Bach
Should we tag this as a discussion?
May
4
comment How can I improve my piano sight reading?
Excellent advice, ogerard. Even better: fill in for a missing player at a rehearsal. Sight-read an instrumental part. Easy: flute, oboe, violin (treble clef), bass (bass clef). Harder: bassoon, cello (occasional tenor clef). Harder: viola (alto clef); being able to read alto clef is a good skill. Transposing instruments: clarinet, horn, trumpet.
May
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answered Training and Influences of J. S. Bach
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