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Ulf Åkerstedt
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How to analyze music outside of common practice harmony?

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What does a number inside a parentheses in a chord name mean? Example: B(7)#9b9

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What is a "D-10" Chord?

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How to name two-note chords (dyads)?

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Understanding V/ii♭9 Chord

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Alternatives to Marching with Bassoon

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Recognizing downwards intervals by humming corresponding upwards interval - bad practice?

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How would you interpret this chord progression?

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What is the purpose of the mixolydian scale?

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What are the greek modes, and how do they differ from modern modes?

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How can I find the more comfortable key to sing?

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Ambidextrous instruments

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Comfortable notes in a key

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As a composer, should I be composing music for an instrument I don't play?

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Polymeter vs Polyrhythm

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Getting a youth band to look up

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Harmonizing melody exercise question with specific parameters

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What music notation software can handle this complex beaming?

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What are some good/interesting ways to exit a circle of fifths section?

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Parallel octaves vs doubled octaves

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Does proper technology exists for guitar accompaniment design for guitarists who play alone?

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How to learn piano improvisation

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What's this rhythm called?

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How can I teach a student who seems to have no rhythm?

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How Can I Replicate The Sound Of An Instrument?

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Zedd - Spectrum arpeggio fingering help?

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What does an arranger do?

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What instrument is inexpensive and can be self-taught?

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Tips and tools to help transcribing a bass line in tablature

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Reference songs for interval training (esp. A5/d5; M6; m6)