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Jul
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revised What scale is used in the Morrowind theme?
The scale is not enough to describe a musical context. Added harmony as tag to the implied second question.
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answered What scale is used in the Morrowind theme?
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revised What are some interesting ways notes and chords are spelled in cultures outside of the U.S.?
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comment What are some interesting ways notes and chords are spelled in cultures outside of the U.S.?
@UlfÅkerstedt: It is just a myth. Both were B in the beginning: One was the round b (B molle, B flat) and the other the squared b (B Durum, B/H). Durum is our natural sign. Germanys Organ tablature was based on the alphabet and they substituted Durum with an "h" because it looks similar. It was a conscious substitution to be compatible with standard printing machines. Since the tablature was so important this convention spread further. It is the same effect you can see if someone substitutes the German ß with a B because they don't have ß on their Keyboad and take the closest thing.
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answered What are some interesting ways notes and chords are spelled in cultures outside of the U.S.?
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comment Is there a proper musical term for a piece's “roadmap”?
Sonata Form was just an example because it is so common. I could have said "Verse Refrain Verse Bridge Refrain" instead. And if you second Form then please upvote :)
Jul
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comment How does one write any melody that he/she hums/pops-into-his-head?
So was this the answer or do you need more/a different kind of information? I ask because I don't see the answered icon here.
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revised Is there a proper musical term for a piece's “roadmap”?
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answered Is there a proper musical term for a piece's “roadmap”?
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comment How does one write any melody that he/she hums/pops-into-his-head?
I see, Tracker. Well of course you can write in word notation. The principle is the same. Define/Sing one root-note(tonic), write all notes down next to each other, point randomly at one and sing it. I suggested normal notation because it enables you to write the duration/rhythm of a note with the symbol itself. You save a lots of space (on paper) when writing down single voice melodies and you don't need the layout to define the duration. Laborejo is for pure western notation only. It helps you as much as any other notation editor in its current development state.
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answered How does one write any melody that he/she hums/pops-into-his-head?
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answered Can a book on singing from the begining of the 20th century still be relevant?
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answered Is there a way to measure the consonance or dissonance of a chord?
Jun
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comment Why is the note name “a” not on any important scale position?
Now we have something to work with. When and what music had "A" as historically significant scale? Forget the minor and major. This has absolutely nothing to do with how the scale is or is named. Just any scale will do as long it began historically with A and had significance. And with significance I mean "THE significane" which lead to today naming.