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May
21
revised Diminished Intervals in Voice Leading
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May
21
revised Octave apart voicing
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May
21
comment Accidentals in First Species Counterpoint
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May
16
comment Are minor sevenths allowed in baroque counterpoint?
@ChrisOlszewski en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Joseph_Fux
May
16
answered Why is the recorder a good instrument to start with?
May
14
reviewed Edit mandolin tag wiki excerpt
May
14
revised mandolin wiki excerpt
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May
14
accepted What are the pros/cons of the “tuning-in-slide” method of trombone design?
May
13
awarded  Informed
May
2
comment What's this rhythm called?
Music is going to move forward regardless of what we call it--we get to name everything AFTERWARDS in order to facilitate communication. You're trying to go in reverse, and contrary to existing nomenclature that people already know and understand. You can call something longfu or bossa nova clave, but one of those terms only makes sense to people who have read your book.
May
1
comment What's this rhythm called?
Nonstandard nomenclature (and/or notation) are generally not particularly relevant within the scope of Stack Exchange.
May
1
answered Music sheet notation explanation (Alto sax)
May
1
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
29
comment Are some synthesizers and keyboards able to interchange sounds?
@RedGrittyBrick "roll of film".
Apr
29
reviewed Reject Should i buy guitar effects even If I'm a beginner?
Apr
27
awarded  Yearling
Apr
26
answered Why are these notes separated on the stave?
Apr
21
reviewed Approve Are kevlar straps on bass drum pedals reliable?
Apr
19
revised How does countertenor vocal technique differ from “standard” vocal technique?
It was a typo - I meant "oral cavity"
Apr
19
comment How does countertenor vocal technique differ from “standard” vocal technique?
Well, castradi are banned but we still have countertenors. And present-day countertenors don't seem to have speaking voices that sound like children. For example, David Hurley of the King's Singers sounds like this when speaking.