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revised Logical way to learn movable scales on guitar?
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answered Logical way to learn movable scales on guitar?
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asked Logical way to learn movable scales on guitar?
Sep
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revised As a guitarist, how can I learn to sight-read music?
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revised As a guitarist, how can I learn to sight-read music?
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answered As a guitarist, how can I learn to sight-read music?
Sep
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answered What to look for when buying a digital piano for a beginner?
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answered Software that allows playing in different temperaments
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Sep
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comment What's the difference between a G♭ and an F#?
Actually, to make them sound more 'in tune' harmonically (i.e. sounding at the same time with pitches of other names), G♭ CAN BE higher than F♯ : look for them near the lower left or lower right corners of this diagram en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Archicembalo_en_Cents.jpg "f# 579" below "♭G 620" in en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archicembalo
Sep
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revised How do I begin finally making music on the piano?
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revised How do I begin finally making music on the piano?
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revised How do you remember your music and how do I improve in this regard?
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answered How do you remember your music and how do I improve in this regard?
Sep
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comment How do I begin finally making music on the piano?
please consider replacing the title 'How do I begin finally making music on the piano?' with something that summarizes 'I wish I could just sit and play something I hear clearly in my head, but I just can't. Any advice on how to make this happen?'. Thanks.
Sep
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answered How do I begin finally making music on the piano?
Sep
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answered Tuning the Ouds
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comment Tuning the Ouds
Thanks to your info, I find it much easier to locate more info about the instrument on the web. شكرا
Sep
18
comment Is there a mandolin-like instrument with guitar-like tone and range?
'nothing like'? subjective evaluation of similarity in tone can be affected by context too. please try listening to some works played by the Singapore Ruan Xian Chamber Ensemble on youtube e.g. youtube.com/watch?v=xvn3PCatV7g youtube.com/watch?v=yZkUzL94_4o etc.
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revised Theory of improvisation
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