Damian Yerrick
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Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D: Why do some recordings seem to be in C sharp?
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Compare the YouTube video to authentic phonorecords of the same recording, such as pressed CDs or on MP3 files purchased from Amazon. If the transposition appears on YouTube but not on the CD, you're ...

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Is two singing voices occasionaly being unison "allowed"?
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Yes, unison notes are possible and have precedent in well-known classical pieces. Case in point: The violin parts in IMSLP transcription of Johann Pachelbel's "Canon in D" are constructed by starting ...

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Will a marching band on the go sound out of tune to an observer due to the Doppler Effect?
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A band sounds musically "out of tune" if the intervals between the notes played by different members are out of tune. Wikipedia's article about the Doppler effect states that all frequencies become ...

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