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Dynamic marking "f-p"

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Accent alignment in Japanese music with English lyrics

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Treble clef change during a piece

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How to write this melody with repeat signs?

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Why are most string quartets in a key with few sharps or flats?

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Four-note arpeggio on string instrument

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Should I play a B♭ or a B♭♭

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Are ostinatos and motifs essentially the same thing?

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I know these are sixteenth sextuplets, but I was wondering what these are called when they share the same staff? And how they're played?

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Typical pitch interval of the exclamation "uh-oh!"

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Staff text positioning

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New tongue drum - no musical experience whatsoever - notes map?

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Making a confusing sheet with 3 voices and triplets non-ambiguous

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Problem with finger jump in piano

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Violin becomes a spring by the force of my jaw (without me pushing extra)

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Is any stress on the weak note considered syncopation?

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Does melody come from root progressions?

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When practicing scales, is it fine to learn by reading off a scale book instead of concentrating on my keyboard?

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How to identify voice of whole note

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Is there any benefit in trying to play a song by ear?

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Question about Modes

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How do I have MuseScore continue notes in bass clef thats are input in treble clef?

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How to vocalize(or sing) chord progressions- with which syllables?

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Set Musescore 4 chord style to jazz by default

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How can I create a tie or slur that goes to nothing in MuseScore 3 (let ring notation)?

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What is the best way for a female voice to hum high notes?

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Why is 'C minor' parallel to 'E♭ major', but not to 'D♯ major'?

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How to use modes to create chords