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September 29, 2006
provides on-line music tutorials and exercises for people who would like to know what those black dots on the funny lines mean. Every Good Boy Deserves FPPs.
15 years ago
Now that's pretty cool.
Holy shit ... D minor really
the saddest of all keys.
Holy shit ... Sorry seems to be the hardest word.
Holy shit ... the supertonic chord has a subdominant function and
be used as a substitute of the IV degree.
thank you for the music, plegmund.
Holy shit ... D minor really is the saddest of all keys.
Oh God I wish I had a treble clef
Verra nice! I see my interval identification isn't what it should be.
Pfft. Goes on about Major Triads and doesn't even mention Sun Yee On...
My daughter recently started piano lessons, and in spite of having done several years of the same at her age, sung in a choir, and played in a school orchestra (alright, only the second orchestra, and only percussion) I find I can actually no longer read the music well enough to tell where she's going wrong.
I'm feeling very mixolydian today.
Verra nice! I see my interval identification isn't what it should be,
Perfect fourth - The Wedding March. Augmented fourth - Maria. Minor third - So Long, Farewell. Minor sixth - Love Story. No matter how much solfege I've done in the intervening years, that's how my brain always identifies them.
I always remembered the Church modes with the scenario of eating leftovers.
, open the
Underpants- don't feel inadequate- I teach advanced ear training and I teach the intervals that way to my students (albeit supported by dissonant chords to make it tougher)