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answered Teaching rhythm to a beginner
Nov
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answered How to be expressive?
Nov
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revised Why are the white and black keys on the piano placed the way they are?
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Nov
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comment Why are the white and black keys on the piano placed the way they are?
@slim I have just edited the answer
Nov
10
comment Why are the white and black keys on the piano placed the way they are?
@MatthewRead I have just edited the answer.
Nov
10
revised Why are the white and black keys on the piano placed the way they are?
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Nov
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answered Why are the white and black keys on the piano placed the way they are?
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Nov
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comment Is there a known point in history where dissonance became acceptable?
@jadarnel27 To be honest here, I never seen the sheet for "Water Night", I had just listened to it. I'll take a close look at the score later and reply again. If it actually have a key, than it's very interesting example! Thanks for pointing out.
Nov
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comment Is there a known point in history where dissonance became acceptable?
@jadarnel27 Having a Key signature does not mean it actually have a key. The key signature can be used to simplify the writing.
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revised Is there a known point in history where dissonance became acceptable?
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answered Is there a known point in history where dissonance became acceptable?