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In Theory - Various - Central Standards (A Strange Melodic Shape) (CD)

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Label: Alternate Take - ATCD1001 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Instrumental, Jazzy Hip-Hop


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8 Comments to In Theory - Various - Central Standards (A Strange Melodic Shape) (CD)

  1. Megul says:
    Pivotal. Contour simply means that the melody is shaped a certain way; the shape of a melody is especially easy to pick out when you have the sheet music right in front of you. The possibilities for building melodic phrases with just four basic contours are virtually infinite. (Building melodic phrases, means starting at the I chord, going up to the IV or V chord, and ending at the I chord.
  2. Mugore says:
    Apr 19,  · Such a line gives the contour or shape of the melodic line. You can often get a good idea of the shape of this line by looking at the melody as it is written on the staff, but you can also hear it as you listen to the music. The melody of this phrase is an arch shape. You can also describe the shape of a melody verbally.
  3. Arashikasa says:
    A melody that stays on the same pitch gets boring pretty quickly. As the melody progresses, the pitches may go up or down slowly or quickly. One can picture a line that goes up steeply when the melody suddenly jumps to a much higher note, or that goes down slowly when the melody gently falls. Such a line gives the contour or shape of the.
  4. Fegor says:
    [BLANK_AUDIO]. Okay, let's talk about this theme in variation concept. there are three characteristics to every melodic theme. There is, first of all a rhythm [MUSIC] four eigth notes in this case. there is also a melodic shape of some kind to the notes. In this case, [SOUND], it's an arpeggio going down.
  5. Mubar says:
    The melodic range is the distance in pitch from the lowest note to the highest note. The melodic direction is the upward and/or downward movement of the melody as it progresses from note to note. The melodic contour is the overall shape of the melody, which is a product of its range, direction and other features. 3.
  6. Doushakar says:
    The Melodic Minor scale is a scale form that evolved from the natural minor. It is a scale form that is particularly popular in jazz. It is often called the jazz minor scale. Originally, it was used in classical music in tandem with the natural minor scale. The melodic minor was used on ascending passages, and the natural minor on descending ones.
  7. Megul says:
    The five stages of Freud’s psychosexual theory of development include the oral, anal, phallic, latency, and genital stages. According to his theory, each stage of psychosexual development must be met successfully for proper development; if we lack proper nurturing and parenting during a stage, we may become stuck in, or fixated on, that stage.
  8. Zulkishura says:
    MELODY Melody is the LINEAR/HORIZONTAL presentation of pitch (the word used to describe the highness or lowness of a musical sound). Many famous musical compositions have a memorable melody or theme. THEME: a melody that is the basis for an extended musical work Melodies can be derived from various scales (families of pitches) such as the.

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