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Joined: May 26, 2006
Topics: 9 / Replies: 964
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Re: The C & B7 Cords ???

Apparition - The only difference between E/C and Em/ C is the interval between the bass note C and the 3rd of the Em and E major chords, which are G &...

10 years ago
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Re: Need Help Transposing

Are you sure he said 'transpose' and not 'transcribe'? It's a bit strange to ask you to transpose it, especially if he didn't mention any key. No - my...

10 years ago
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Re: More on scales and modes

Perhaps instead of using "root" or "tonic", we should use "resolution" or "resolve". These terms seem more appropriate for what we're comprehending a...

10 years ago
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Re: More on scales and modes

Saying these are the same thing is like saying "your chemist" or "hit my source" are both identical to "music theory" - because they all contain the s...

10 years ago
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Re: Is there a modal element to pentatonics?

The idea that scales can be viewed as 'modal' - that is, having the same tones, but a different tonal center - dates to the mid 16th century. That wa...

10 years ago
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Re: Learning Proper Left Hand Position

STORY: :D I do know that I'll never convince a die-hard Classical enthusiast though.I have a friend who was classically trained at the local Conserva...

11 years ago
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Re: Learning Proper Left Hand Position

A driving analogy...I think it's similar to learning to drive. We're told to sit up straight, both hands on the wheel at the "ten to two" position, et...

11 years ago
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Re: what draws the line of difference?

I was told that the Indian music is base on melody and the Western music is on harmony rather.But am not stil clear with the concept. Both the music u...

11 years ago
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Re: Favourite female musicians!

Joni Mitchell and Kate Bush - World class singer/songwriters - and Joni has a great guitar playing style as well as being skilfull on a number of othe...

11 years ago
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Re: The iii chord is forever alone.

I just thought of something off the top of my head. Is there a chord that you can substitute for VII Dim that would lead to the III. If so, is it comm...

11 years ago
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Re: Modal Chord progression

If you keep in mind that minor scales have 3 forms (harmonic, melodic and natural) then everything in that progression belongs to the key of A minor, ...

11 years ago
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Re: Advice on starting up a business

Don't forget that as your income is likely to be on the low side to begin with, you can claim "working tax credits" from HMRC. That's a tax free weekl...

12 years ago
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Re: power chords

so i understand power chords pretty well by now...my question is about minor chords...can they be turned into a power chord? im playing a progression ...

12 years ago
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Re: Key signature & chords curiosity

I see NoteBoat got in first with lots of detailed info - but I'll post anyway and you can think of it as a footnote :D It's been years since I've hea...

12 years ago
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Re: Discerning the mode

I typed a whole response and something happened. :evil: I think we're in B Dorian, only because in a concert video I clearly see him play a Dmaj sha...

12 years ago
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