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answered When to use a2 / unis / tutti in orchestral score?
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accepted Making sense of 5/4 time signatures
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asked Is there any correlation between passaggios and tessitura?
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comment Which scores are best for those who are new to analysis?
@Codeswitcher: Actually, neither of us was correct. "In res" is literally "in the matter of" or "on that matter" (. . . or "about that.") "Essentially" doesn't figure into any definition I've seen.
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comment What do beats have to do with playing guitar?
The only thing beats would be related to with respect to chords and notes are their _values_—how long they're held. Otherwise, there's no particular relationship between a beat and a C major chord or an F#. And beats are completely independent of any particular instrument.
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revised Making sense of 5/4 time signatures
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comment Making sense of 5/4 time signatures
Who says this? Conductors of amateur choirs, music teachers (before college), and so on. But how would we interpret this 5/4 then? Is it "strong-weak-weak-weak-weak" or something else? (Also, I've edited the question accordingly.)
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asked Making sense of 5/4 time signatures
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awarded  Nice Question
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answered Classical music example for seamless transition from one section to other with changing keys
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revised Clarinet and sax: what are the different qualities of open and closed mouthpieces?
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answered History of screaming in music throughout the world
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answered Can anyone learn to sing?
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comment Finding and improving singing range and power
@Matthaeus: You should not wait until you're 30 for an accurate range; just be aware that where you are now isn't necessarily where you'll be then. As for the "cleft"—there isn't a limit, and the two ranges usually overlap a fair amount. (The fact that they're different vocal production mechanisms means that it's not necessarily one or the other.)