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answered Sound-to-color synesthesia - a good and helpful thing?
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comment the fingering intended by the composer
Chopin did that too, on the last chord of his second Ballade. People usually break the chord up. At least, I haven't ever seen anyone use their nose, although I tried it myself. It hurts, and the piece is way too somber to do something that ridiculous-looking at the end. :)
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comment What is the best way to organize chords/keys in a database (details below)?
@jackerman09 Hey jackerman, if you're still interested in corresponding about this, I'm still at aol, and my name there is robtrodes.
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comment Does Singing Lower Notes Require More Breath?
I didn't mean to suggest that it was an exact experiment. I could say that "all other things being equal" air goes more quickly through the balloon when there is less tension on the neck. To make the point very clearly, blow it up and let go! :)
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comment More dissonant chords/intervals in the bass clef when frequency proprtions are the same?
An addendum to this is that the longer the piano is, the thinner the string can be and still have the same weight. This is (one of the reasons) why the bass in a large grand piano sounds cleaner than in a small console piano. Here is a very good summary.
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answered Does Singing Lower Notes Require More Breath?
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comment “Correct” notation for a minor chord?
@leftroundabout: I didn't mean to suggest that I recommend it, just making a point which your good reasons for not liking it fail to refute. :)
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reviewed No Action Needed How can I get decent audio from a clip on 3.5mm microphone?