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How to identify chord a progression from sheet music

An almost impossible question to answer, getting the 'correct' chords to any piece merely from the dots. I admit to having a sneaky listen to a performance of the example, and it appears two chords, I ...
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How to identify chord a progression from sheet music

You typically only jump to and from chordal notes. So look closely at how the notes jump to discern the tonality and harmony. But before all that look at the key signature what do you see? Two sharps, ...
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How to identify chord a progression from sheet music

There are no chords in this sheet music, so there is no definite answer. You could try various chords; there are many possibilities at any place in the melody. However, there are some clues that can ...
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How to play the 4:3 polyrhythm section of the piano accompaniment for "Madrigal" by Gaubert?

For a generic quarter note containing a three against four rhythm there are seven total pulses over twelve (triplet sixteenth) beats. I could explain that one must count to twelve (giving each number ...
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