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Ben Geyer 🎹😺🥃🍳 Dec 13
I see and raise him: I don't know of any music programs in classical music that require even one course dedicated to non-classical music. (1/8)
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Sophs 19h
And just like that it's over; we tend to our wounded, we count our dead...
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Sean Atkinson Dec 11
Just taught my final class of the decade.
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InSpira PACC 3h
Wishing Mr. Tim our Music Theory Instructor a BLESSED and Happy Birthday!
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Music Creator Community Dec 12
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Christopher White Dec 11
Can we take a moment to reflect on what an incredible six and a half minutes The Humpty Dance is
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Auralia Music Dec 11
Lots of great music fundamentals content in Auralia and Musition 6! Rhythm reading, meter, beaming, note reading, intervals, scales, chords, cadences, sight singing & dictation.
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Ashley Dec 11
Learning about vibrational quantities/overtones in physical chem class, which I remember vaguely from high school music theory. Any music theory enthusiasts out there wanna discuss the difference between classical and quantum vibrational quantities?
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Danny Lopatka 🔜 ✨MAGFest✨ 3h
Cleaned up a transcription I did of my favorite solo from an album he did with Is there a better way to deal with 3 of the strings in solo tuning than writing the whole thing at pitch?
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Salty 3h
“When you dont limit your ears to equal temperment, you're winning.” is a wizard ❤️ Berklee Masterclass
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Music Matters 37m
Modulation by Semitone Shift - Music Theory Watch here:
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Waay Dec 6
As songwriters, music theory offers us so much. But there's a caveat.
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Classical963FM Dec 6
All those years of music theory, and this went by unnoticed ...
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Andrew Gabriel Ofc Dec 8
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Soundfly 22h
Think of like linguistic grammar — it's a tool to articulate yourself effectively, but it doesn’t force itself on your speech or tell you what to say.
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MusicTutorOnline.com Dec 8
Let me help you understand music. ❤️🎧🎼 email me with all your questions: info@musictutoronline.com
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Justus 7h
Twitter? I have a question about In "Some Things never change", Elsa sings the bridge and ends on a Bb4 on "day" over what I think is a Bb major chord. But when I listen to the song, I expect her to sing a C5, the Bb always surprises me. Anyone know why?
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Amy Matthews Dec 11
Blood Orange announces 2020 North American tour
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📯🎊 Graduated Mafia Member D🎊📯 Dec 7
Music theory people, what are some resources you know of that help develop theory/aural skills?
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Juan Carlos Sotelo Dec 10
Academy has to move forward. Welcome to 2019.
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