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accepted What does this notation mean for the piano?
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comment What does this notation mean for the piano?
Oh, of course it's a pedal release mark. I would have known that if I saw it on its own; I thought it was part of the ossia in this context. Thanks.
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accepted How to choose drum pitches?
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comment How to choose drum pitches?
Going to leave this open for now in case other people answer and I get more information, but that's a great answer! Almost definitely going to be the accepted answer.
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comment What is this common chord pattern, if that's the right term?
I guess, yeah....but I figured it was an arpeggiated chrod.
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comment What is this common chord pattern, if that's the right term?
I know, but why is that so common? Is there a name for that pattern? I mean, googling "first fifth and octave" doesn't exactly turn up much. I also just added in that this is re: piano, forgot to specify that. I don't know about other instruments.
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