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comment Dissonances and harmony
This last paragraph. Listen a lot to music you don't understand (play it, if you can!) and it will become more and more clear what is going on and why.
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revised Variation of Chopin's Mazurka Op. 68 no. 4 in F minor
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answered Variation of Chopin's Mazurka Op. 68 no. 4 in F minor
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comment How do you write a corresponding bassline for an already written melody?
1st species? Could you elaborate on that? Also, what does "re" in your second sentence mean? Which "rules" are you referring to? How does this answer the question?
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comment Where is the manuscript of Escenas Romanticas by Granados?
@BobBroadley While one would think the publisher must have had access to the manuscript, in this case this assumption was wrong. Apparently, the manuscript has been lost (see the last edit of my question).
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comment Where is the manuscript of Escenas Romanticas by Granados?
To answer the question in the last sentence: because he definitely had no access to the manuscript. Boileau emailed back, I'll edit it into the question (since I can't answer anymore).
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comment Where is the manuscript of Escenas Romanticas by Granados?
@BobBroadley Of course, the publisher must have had access to the manuscript! Thank you. It also is an interesting suggestion to ask on MusicFans.SE, though I am looking for the manuscript in the capacity of a pianist, not of a fan.
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revised What interval do all the modes have in common?
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comment Did baroque composers expect you to “bring out” the voices in their pieces, the way today's critics seem to enjoy in players?
@Josiah Only basso continuo wasn't written out, generally. Other parts always were. (And mostly a basso continuo isn't just on his own, save recitatives.) And as for the filler part: I know someone who can improvise fugues, so in Baroque, when classical improvisation was more common so - I hope - more developed, people were quite capable of improvising inner voices
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comment What interval do all the modes have in common?
Welcome to music.SE! I noticed both your questions here have only one tag and I find it hard to establish the right context. I assume you want information on improvisation in some non-classical style, but tagging a bit more extensively will not only help me (and other users) understand your question, it will also help you get your question in front of a bigger audience (and hence be more likely to get answered).
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comment Why are conductors required at orchestra performances?
@SomeDudeOnTheInterwebs I joked about on this (please look at the edit history). In hindsight, I can see why someone would take offence, but it's a debate I hardly ever have to deal with in my offline environment, so I may not be the best judge.