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revised Why is “A” not used for augmented in Chord symbols?
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revised Beginner guitar : Ode to Joy - is it chords shown in sheet? E.g. C is shown, but not played in note
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revised Ending a song with a dominant chord
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revised Solfa to sing in a chord
stupid solfege erros
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comment Solfa to sing in a chord
@RaphaelGbologah you should know how to spell the chords in solfege. If not that is a different question...
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answered Solfa to sing in a chord
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revised How do I determine the chord progression Roman numerals?
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comment How to easily build chords on fl studio
Not quite right. There's a big difference between a i and a I chord. Also see this question for how typically chords are used in a major key.
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revised How to think in number chord notation for Major and Minor
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May
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revised E chord with arc and dot symbol over it - What is this symbol in a guitar chord song book?
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revised Beatles - Because: Chord progression
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revised Building Lydian chords
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reviewed Leave Open What is good software for learning how to sight-read?
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reviewed Leave Open What to look for when buying an arranger keyboard / keyboard workstation?
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revised What does the modulation effect actually do?
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comment Is sensitive a vaild alternative name for the leading tone?
@MattL. that's why I like to read the samples before I buy a book a I find there are a lot of bad music books out there.
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comment Is sensitive a vaild alternative name for the leading tone?
That's interesting. Also if you translate the page you linked into English with Google, it will mistranslated the term to sensitive and tender.
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accepted Is sensitive a vaild alternative name for the leading tone?
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comment Is sensitive a vaild alternative name for the leading tone?
@NeilMeyer they are all one word except for leading tone.