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answered How to give music a sense of “musical direction”?
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comment Why have I never found any music written in the key of C Sharp Major?
Similarly, C flat major/A flat minor is rarely used in the musical literature. A notable exception to this is Poulenc's "C", which was intentionally written by Poulenc in A flat minor.
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revised Truth behind Mozart memorizing Miserere and then writing it down later in full
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comment Why are time signatures needed?
First off, there's no such thing as 18/12; all lower numbers in time signatures are powers of two, as they represent the "base" note that gets one beat. How to interpret something like 7/4 or 19/16 (which I've had to perform) is hard to tell without seeing it, but not knowing would make it even harder. You need to study it along with the time signature to get the correct picture.
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