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Apr
23
comment How to play a song without making mistakes?
Another reason 'practice makes perfect' is a lie because you can't play something 'perfect'. Partly because music is very subjective; there is simply no 'right' way to play a piece, partly because we are humans (I hope).
Nov
25
comment Is it better to have one large resonating chamber, or multiple sub-chambers?
How do you define 'better'? Louder, nicer sound (subjective!) etc.
Nov
25
comment Piano mordent with two notes
Wow, I didn't know that, thanks for learning me something. If you edit your answer I can lift my downvote and give you an upvote. (I might forget to check back, so you could notify me by comment when you have edited the answer.) @Babu
Nov
24
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Nov
24
comment Piano mordent with two notes
I believe this is a trillo, and not a mordent. A mordent would look the same, only with a vertical line over the centre.
Nov
5
comment What is good software for learning how to sight-read?
Nope, you can hear a wrong note in scales, or tonal chords, even if you don't see and know the score (okay, not always). At least I can.
Nov
3
comment Quickly flip a page of sheet music while playing
3. ... (this one can wait) with that username?
Nov
3
comment Quickly flip a page of sheet music while playing
And what about just learn to play it without the notes? This does not alone solve the problem of page turning, but it makes it easier to listen to yourself, which, in turn, gives you the opportunity to play more musically.
Nov
3
comment What is good software for learning how to sight-read?
I hope you can hear you played the wrong notes. At least if you're playing tonal music... @slim
Oct
29
comment What are some objective ways to measure improvement as a singer?
Music can't be looked at objective, some people like things other people don't, so apart from pure technical questions, which can be measured objectively, ask a teacher for instance, things don't need to be objective. But when you like your tone more then the previous day (while technically you do everything right and don't damage your voice) you have made progress, although one could call that subjective.
Oct
29
comment How to write partitures for an orchesta
@Luke sorry for my crappy English!
Oct
29
comment How to write partitures for an orchesta
In Dutch, the German term is used: Stichnoten.
Oct
29
comment How to write partitures for an orchesta
Your guess is right, only sometimes there are really tiny notes from another instrument just before the start of that score's instrument that help him/her to find his start.
Oct
29
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Oct
29
comment How to write partitures for an orchesta
Does my answer answer your question?
Oct
29
answered How to write partitures for an orchesta
Oct
29
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Oct
29
comment How to write partitures for an orchesta
I'm writing an answer right now.
Oct
29
comment How to write partitures for an orchesta
Well, you could take a random piece of music, search for [name of piece of music] partiture on imslp and you see what a real partiture looks like. I don't know if you are aware of it, but some instruments are transposed or use other keys. Writing a piece for a full orchestra is not something you can easily do on a rainy afternoon without some theoretical knowledge.
Oct
28
comment Is there a name or common usage of this piano damper pedal effect?
Yeah, name it the Timpedal? And how would one publish that? I don't think that will come through, there are only about 670 users on Music SE...