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Comment Post #284573 A quick googlesearch reveals a number of prizes and competitions related to those composers. Out of curiosity, and not really expecting a reply, I ask the rhetorically obvious: did you search online for piano competitions relating to the composers you named? Also, the rest is largely your opinion, wh...
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about 2 years ago
Edit Post #284974 Initial revision about 2 years ago
Answer A: Is there any genre of music (or a song) that eschews silence or rests within a piece?
Dance Music Particularly traditional western dance music. One thing that becomes pretty clear when you're hearing a set of tunes played for dancing, at least in the British-American tradition, is that there really isn't any silence. There are no proper rests, though players might skip a note fo...
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about 2 years ago
Comment Post #284527 (: She's actually just pressing on the string! That action shortens the string (obviously) which changes the pitch, and she also varies the pressure to bend the note and make vibrato. If you watch the morin khuur closely, you can see that he often presses the string with his middle finger while...
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about 2 years ago
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Answer A: (How) does bow shape affect playing the bowed psaltery?
Tradition! That bow you've got for your psaltery is an attempt at making a bow in the ancient style. Very early bows were highly arched and sometimes had handles. A psaltery bow kind of looks something like the first one in the image. Image of early bows. And the shape of the bow has k...
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Edit Post #284528 Initial revision about 2 years ago
Answer A: Why do some composers gesticulate wildly, while others reserve their composure?
All Part of the Magic! A conductor has many jobs, one of which is expressing her own artistic interpretation of the music to the performers. She knows the composer, his life story, the impetus for writing the music, and even the meaning of the music for the composer; she knows the music itself, ...
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Clarification.
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Edit Post #284527 Post edited:
Clarification.
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Edit Post #284527 Initial revision about 2 years ago
Answer A: What is this bowed, fretted, lyre-shaped instrument?
Til NorĂ°heims! Just to clarify: if you're asking about the fretted instrument, that one's a mandolin. If you're asking about the unfretted instrument, then continue on! It's a tagelharpa. A better example and without the yowling. It's basically a sound box with a frame. You tune your strings...
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about 2 years ago