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    Letter of Recommendation

    Hello People,

    I would like to ask a favour. I am interested to get a formal music education, I have been studying music on my own all through years. I am an active member of this forum and I...
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    Music Chart example (Sorry I called it play...

    Music Chart example (Sorry I called it play chart)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEEMqtnDbCU


    1) For the 1st question I give bass guitar, vocal and drums. I mean actually the situations...
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    Harmony Analysis

    Harmony Definition : Harmony is the use of simultaneous pitches.

    I want to create play charts to analyse the songs i love harmonically. I use chord sheets as start then convert those into play...
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    According to the C Major Scale; Does 3rd...

    According to the C Major Scale;

    Does 3rd position include B (7th fret) on the string Low E?
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    Understood. I guess JonR meant B on the string E...

    Understood. I guess JonR meant B on the string E rather than E on the string A.
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    However JonR says above; " Traditionally - if...

    However JonR says above;

    " Traditionally - if we're talking classical guitar - then "position" is basically the same thing as index finger fret. IOW, your (b), more or less.
    So "G major scale 7th...
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    There are two E Major positions which should be...

    There are two E Major positions which should be named as 2nd position according to classical guitar rules.

    1) the one on the frets 1-4 (d string second fret)
    2) the one on the frets 6-9 (a string...
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    Does e Major open position include 5th fret? ...

    Does e Major open position include 5th fret?
    (Does a position include only 4-fret long?)
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    Thank you very much JonR.

    Thank you very much JonR.
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    How are guitar scale positions named?

    In this thread I use G Major scale as example.

    I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII : G, A, B, C, D, E, F#

    a) According to their scale degrees on 6th string (Low E)?

    For example the position which...
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    Thank you very much all for answers.

    Thank you very much all for answers.
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    You mean "variable" some words have indefinite...

    You mean "variable" some words have indefinite pitch and some words have pitch. Right?
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    Ear Training In A Context

    Aren't learning the Relative Pitch or Absolute Pitch in a context (The songs you know for years) a better method than playing two notes and singing them?
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    Indefinitive Pitch

    1) Is the pitch whilst talking indefinitive pitch?

    2) Are "Jimi Hendrix - Purple Haze" vocals indefinite pitch? (It's like talking than singing.)

    3) There is a website of which vocals and...
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    In Rubato you should go with the measures. ...

    In Rubato you should go with the measures.

    However In Free time you should exceed the measures. Am I right?
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    Thank you very much JonR.

    Thank you very much JonR.
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    Rubato, Pause, Caesura?

    1) What is the sign of Pause?

    2) What is the sign of Caesura?

    3) What is the sign of Rubato?

    4) AreRubato and Free Time the same thing?
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    Then I take that chord as "C#m" and play knowing...

    Then I take that chord as "C#m" and play knowing theoritically it is a "C#m/E". Thank you very much Jon.
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    C#m or C#m/E

    My chord book shows C#m like this.

    D string : 2 (E)
    G string : 1 (G#)
    B string : 2 (C#)
    High E string : 0 (E)

    but it is C#m/E. So first inversion of C#m. Isn't it?
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    Thank you very much Jon.

    Thank you very much Jon.
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    Thank you very much Jon.

    Thank you very much Jon.
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    Melodies convey a meaning. However unlike the...

    Melodies convey a meaning. However unlike the language this meaning may be different for everyone. This issue put melodies and songs in a state which no one can criticize as meaningwise.

    A...
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    Vibrato Information (Electric Guitar)

    I've been checking out music sheets of some of famous bands. I saw vibrato information (timing (8th, 16th, 8th triplet etc.), interval (1/4, 1/2, 1 etc.)) isn't notated.

    1) Vibrato is the one of...
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    thank you very much Jon.

    thank you very much Jon.
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    Melodic Vocabulary

    It's said that a musician should develop melodic vocabulary. What is it?
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