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comment Correct octave technique
Can't agree with 'keep the wrist completely still'. Your hand will move as a hand better than moving your fingers. If the wrist is low, it'll work for white keys maybe, but not the black keys.
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comment Correct octave technique
Check your 2nd para!
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answered Using the correct enharmonic equivalent
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comment Two silence notes and a note that isn't played? misunderstanding ties
@Eddnav - there has been some discussion lately here about ties/phrase lines. Please check it out. Ties always join notes of the same pitch, adjacent to each other.
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revised How is sheet music conventionally conveyed among professional musicians?
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answered Why do I need to change chords throughout a music to make it pleasant to listen?
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comment What chord is FMa?
In the next bar, the bass notes are tied, therefore they're the same. But the treble notes don't appear to keep the Bb, but the chord name hasn't changed. Looks like sloppy writing to me. With no 3rd, one can only guess if it's supposed to be major. The 2 and 6 give no clues either.
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answered Play Right Handed, Want to Learn Left
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comment How is sheet music conventionally conveyed among professional musicians?
@Anthony - most of those I've worked with, yes. A set of orchs for one piece may consist of 18 separate parts, quite expensive to buy, earlier stuff irreplaceable, and losing just one part is inconvenient at the least. So it's a safe, tried and tested method. Till someone steals the vehicle that they get left in - as happened - then it's catastrophic!
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answered How is sheet music conventionally conveyed among professional musicians?
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comment How is sheet music conventionally conveyed among professional musicians?
I tend to commit it to memory. Then all I need to remember is my head...
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answered how much risk is acceptable with damaged classical guitar
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answered Two silence notes and a note that isn't played? misunderstanding ties
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reviewed No Action Needed Restringing guitar – is it safe to remove all strings at once?
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answered In a bass guitar, how do I mute the strings that I am not playing?
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answered Can I play guitar if I know how to hum?
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comment Simplified notation for two-note tremolo
Beat me to it! Nice to see some answer from you again!
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comment What finger is used to hit a piano keys?
@Andy - can you explain 'your longest fingers etc'.? If you're going to be using black notes, you probably won't be in a C scale position anyway, I'd have thought.
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