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answered Gregorian modes in Renaissance music (with Cabezón's 'Tiento del Cuarto Tono' as an example)
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comment Gregorian modes in Renaissance music (with Cabezón's 'Tiento del Cuarto Tono' as an example)
Yes the way in which the c#resolves to the d definitely gives the impression of d minor
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comment Guitarists: Back Pain After a Gig
Do you play very heavy guitars? Have you tried just playing these extended sessions with lighter guitars. It may make a difference.
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comment Completing SAT parts
We need a picture.
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comment circled numbers in double-bass scores
Or if you have a link to a website for it I can edit it in for you.
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comment circled numbers in double-bass scores
You could also just edit and look at the picture icon and drag and drop it from your desktop.
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comment What is the name of these tubes, that emit sound when being swung?
You should mention that you are unaffiliated to that website. Whenever a person links to a website that sells things the warning lights for a spam answer light up.
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answered How is it that 12 eighth notes fit in a measure labeled as common time?
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answered Are certain instruments “arpeggio friendly”?
Feb
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comment Is this a tie or a slur or something else?
You can make this answer a bit better by telling people what laissez vibrer is.
Feb
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comment Is there a standard range for a baritone? What is it?
I'm a baritone and I'm currently on the C below middle C going to middle C and working on getting from Middle C to the octave above.
Feb
3
comment Is it more difficult to learn to play mandolin after learning guitar than if starting from scratch since the tuning is opposite?
This question seems to invite opinion. By what objective standard are we really going to judge the difficulty of an instrument? i don't see how there could be a definite answer for this question.
Feb
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answered struggling to switch chords when fingerstyle / arpeggio
Feb
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comment Playing barre chords without E strings - does it have a name?
I would probably just call that a four string barre or a partial barre.
Feb
1
comment Where does the tradition of bowing after a performance come from?
That sounds like an answer Todd
Feb
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asked Where does the tradition of bowing after a performance come from?
Feb
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comment How to achieve a rapid violin tremolo
It is called a bowed tremolo.
Feb
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answered “ii and ii6 rarely used to harmonize 6 in the soprano” - for what reason?
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Jan
31
revised Why does rock music use higher fret alternatives on guitar?
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