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comment Do musicians that began playing from an early age have an incontestable advantage?
I am offering the bounty for authoritative answers with regard to the psychological and development process. It is undisputed that younger musicians have more time to develop (duh). But, do they have an distinct advantage similar to that of a young second language learner?
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comment Do musicians that began playing from an early age have an incontestable advantage?
I think he was asking about psychological advantages (like the language learning skills of a toddler).
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comment Are octaves, fifths, fourths and thirds considered as “consonant” in all music cultures?
When there is one or more note below the fourth in pitch, the fourth is considered consonant. Otherwise (i.e., when the fourth has no notes below it in pitch), the fourth is considered dissonant.
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comment Are octaves, fifths, fourths and thirds considered as “consonant” in all music cultures?
Fourths are only considered consonant when they are supported.
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