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  • JonR's Avatar
    10-26-2014, 06:14 PM
    "Know about" in what sense? It's a pretty common set of minor key chords. (The Fdim would actually function as Ddim7, the harmonic minor vii...
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    10-07-2014, 09:02 AM
    JonR replied to a thread Major 11th chords in Music Theory
    Indeed. Can you suggest me a track that includes one? Preferably with youtube link. I'm genuinely curious, because I've never (in 50 years) found a...
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    10-06-2014, 07:53 AM
    JonR replied to a thread Direct fifth??? in Music Theory
    Like I said, those exceptions are not connected - they are independent. But I think I can see the language issue, and (I hope JJ will confirm) the...
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    10-05-2014, 04:30 PM
    JonR replied to a thread Direct fifth??? in Music Theory
    It's quite important - as I interpret the wiki paragraph - that the list of permissions includes the word "or". That's why I said that only one of...
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    10-04-2014, 06:12 PM
    JonR replied to a thread Direct fifth??? in Music Theory
    FWIW, I found this on the wiki page: "Conventional style dictates that such a progression be avoided; but it is sometimes permitted under certain...
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    10-04-2014, 10:25 AM
    JonR replied to a thread The Key Of A Song in Music Theory
    Just to be clear, "modulation" means a change of keynote. So yes, moving from major to relative minor (or vice versa) is modulation. But sometimes...
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    10-03-2014, 11:29 PM
    JonR replied to a thread The Key Of A Song in Music Theory
    Most of the time, yes, but by no means always. Some pieces of music are in no key - either they are modal or atonal - but "songs" (things that are...
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    10-03-2014, 03:00 PM
    JonR replied to a thread Free-Time Phrasing in Music Theory
    One. IOW, the space normally occupied by three 8ths.
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    10-02-2014, 11:22 PM
    JonR replied to a thread Free-Time Phrasing in Music Theory
    It's a ratio. I understand it as an inverted fraction, so it translates as "each of these notes is 4/5 of its normal value". I.e., five of them...
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    10-02-2014, 03:05 PM
    JonR replied to a thread Free-Time Phrasing in Music Theory
    There's a notational rule here. "Tuplets", as these non-metric groupings are called, follow a rule my notation guide expresses as follows: "To...
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    10-02-2014, 09:42 AM
    JonR replied to a thread Free-Time Phrasing in Music Theory
    Sorry, you're still making the same mistake, but the other way round! Take another look: the 16th note grouping is one beat only. What might have...
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