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Music 12-15 – Flashcards 66 terms
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Briley Leonard
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Music Appreciation Music Theory
MUS105 – Flashcard 158 terms
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Isabel Padilla
158 terms
Instruments Music Theory Roman Numerals
classical (chs 12-18) – Flashcards 113 terms
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Robert May
113 terms
Music Appreciation Music Theory The Ear
Voice Leading and Part Writing (Extensive Rules) – Flashcards 41 terms
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Killian Parsons
41 terms
Music Education Music History Music Theory
Praxis II: Music: Content and Instruction (5114) – Flashcards 445 terms
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Jazzlyn Sampson
445 terms
Children With Special Needs Existential Therapy Music Theory Unconditional Positive Regard
The New Music Therapist’s Handbook – All Chapters – Flashcards 123 terms
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Kelly Fisher
123 terms
Music Appreciation Music Theory
Music Appreciation Pt. 7 – Flashcards 182 terms
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Christine Brunetti
182 terms
18th Century Instrumentation Italian Music Appreciation Music Theory
Easy Peasy High School Music Appreciation Set 4 – Flashcards 17 terms
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Daniel Hardy
17 terms
Music Theory Musicology
North Royalton High School Band Midterm – Flashcards 78 terms
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Lisa Currey
78 terms
AP English Language And Composition Music Theory
Music History Romantic Period – Flashcards 107 terms
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Sam Arent
107 terms
Music Appreciation Music History Music Theory Musicology
History of R&R Chapter 1 (Citrus College) 87 terms
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Steven Ramirez
87 terms
Educational Technology Music Appreciation Music Theory Musicology
Unit 1: History of Rock and Roll – Flashcards 130 terms
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Joseph Fraser
130 terms
Music History Music Theory
A History of Western Music: Chapter 20 – Flashcards 37 terms
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Marie Florence
37 terms
Which of the following statements is not true? a. One of Brahms’s musical trademarks is his exotic orchestration. b. When he was thirteen, Brahms studied piano, music theory, and composition during the day, and played dance music in waterfront bars at night. c. Brahms was a romantic who breathed new life into classical forms. d. As conductor of a Viennese musical society, Brahms introduced many forgotten works
a. One of Brahms’s musical trademarks is his exotic orchestration.
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What benefits do music theory and instrumental training have in your chosen field of interest?
As a film score composer, it is not uncommon to make alterations in the score from time to time to accommodate the motion picture. Some instances may include for example, transposition. It is in situations like this where training and knowledge in music theory come in handy to be able to hear the part in one’s mind and be able to re-write it on paper on the spot.
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