List of chord progressions – Wiki Point

The subsequent is a listing of usually utilised chord progressions in songs. Further more reading[edit] R., Ken (2012). Pet dog EAR Tritone Substitution for Jazz Guitar, Amazon Electronic Solutions, Inc., ASIN: B008FRWNIW. [edit]

Zarzuela – Wiki Point

Spanish lyric-dramatic genre Zarzuela (Spanish pronunciation: [θaɾˈθwela]) is a Spanish lyric-dramatic genre that alternates between spoken and sung scenes, the latter incorporating operatic and popular songs, as well as dance. The etymology of the name is uncertain, but some propose it may derive from the name of a royal hunting lodge, the Palace of Zarzuela, near… read more »

Yo scale – Wiki Point

The yo scale, which is like the Mixolydian but does not contain minor notes, according to a traditional theory is a pentatonic scale used in much Japanese music including[1] gagaku and shomyo. The yo scale is used specifically in folk songs and early popular songs and is contrasted with the in scale which does contain… read more »

Xenharmonic music – Wiki Point

Xenharmonicity includes intervals larger than those in 12-tet (12-tet). Play (help·info) Xenharmonic music is music that uses a tuning system that is unlike the 12-tone equal temperament scale. It was named by Ivor Darreg, from Xenia (Greek ξενία), hospitable, and Xenos (Greek ξένος) foreign. He stated that it was “intended to include just intonation and such… read more »

Wagner tuba – Wiki Point

Brass instrument related to tubas and French horns The Wagner tuba is a four-valve brass instrument named for and commissioned by Richard Wagner. It combines technical features of both standard tubas and French horns,[1] though despite its name, the Wagner tuba is more similar to the latter, and usually played by horn players. Wagner commissioned… read more »

Variation (music) – Wiki Point

Musical form “Elaboration (music)” redirects here. For Ausarbeiten, see Prolongation. In music, variation is a formal technique where material is repeated in an altered form. The changes may involve melody, rhythm, harmony, counterpoint, timbre, orchestration or any combination of these. Variation techniques[edit] Mozart’s Twelve Variations on “Ah vous dirai-je, Maman” (1785), known in the English-speaking… read more »

Ukrainian Dorian scale – Wiki Point

Musical scale In music, the Romanian Minor scale or Ukrainian Dorian scale or altered Dorian scale[1] is a musical scale or the fourth mode of the harmonic minor scale. It is “similar to the dorian mode, but with a tritone and variable sixth and seventh degrees”.[2] It is related to both the Freygish and Misheberak… read more »

Sacher hexachord – Wiki Point

Musical motif forming Paul Sacher’s identify The Sacher hexachord (6-Z11, musical cryptogram on the name of Swiss conductor Paul Sacher) is a hexachord noteworthy for its use in a set of twelve compositions (12 Hommages à Paul Sacher) established at the invitation of Mstislav Rostropovich for Sacher’s seventieth birthday in 1976. The twelve compositions consist… read more »

Rackett – Wiki Point

Renaissance predecessor of the bassoon The rackett, cervelas, or Sausage Bassoon is a Renaissance-era double reed wind instrument, introduced late in the sixteenth century and currently outdated by bassoons at the finish of the seventeenth century. Description[edit] There are 4 measurements of rackett, in a relatives ranging from descant (soprano), tenor-alto, bass to good bass…. read more »

Qanun (instrument) – Wiki Point

Middle-Eastern stringed instrument Kanun music during the 5th anniversary of Wikimedia Armenia The qanun, kanun, ganoun or kanoon (Arabic: قانون, romanized: qānūn; Armenian: քանոն, romanized: k’anon; Sorani Kurdish: قانون, romanized: qānūn; Greek: κανονάκι, romanized: kanonaki; Hebrew: קָאנוּן, qanun; Persian: قانون, qānūn; Turkish: kanun; Azerbaijani: qanun; Uighur: قالون, romanized: qalon) is an Arabic string instrument played either solo, or more often… read more »