Domain: music.vt.edu

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Recording Studio QTVR Tour | Department of Music | Virginia Tech
Recording Studio QTVR Tour. Click and drag within the QTVR (or use the control buttons) to pan around, zoom in (shift-click), zoom out (control-click), ...
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Oblique motion
In part-writing, oblique motion occurs when one voice (or more) remains on the same pitch while the other ascends or descends. ...
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Quarter rest
See also [Am.] Quarter rest; [Br.] Crotchet rest; [Fr.] Soupir; [Ger.] Viertelpause; [It.] Pausa di semiminima; [Sp.] Pausas de Negra. ...
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Falsetto
In Falsetto, only the edges of the vocal cords vibrate as opposed to the whole length, and it is used by male voices to reach notes outside of their usual ...
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Baby grand piano
Baby grand piano. See grand piano. Baby Grand Piano. Photo courtesy of Steinway & Sons · More about instruments. Dictionary Home.
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Ralph Vaughn Williams
Ralph Vaughn Williams. Born: October 12, 1872 in Down Ampney Gloucestershire, England. Died: August 26, 1958 in London, England. Nationality: English ...
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National Association of Rudimental Drummers
The National Association of Rudimental Drummers (NARD) was the organization that was responsible for standardizing drum rudiments in 1933. ...
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Lyric soprano
A young soprano who uses a light quality in her voice, high tessitura, and great agility. This combination of techniques classifies them as Lyric Sopranos. ...
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Lyric soprano
A young soprano who uses a light quality in her voice, high tessitura, and great agility. This combination of techniques classifies them as Lyric Sopranos. ...
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Pantonality
Pantonality (pan-toe-NAL-ih-tee). Term used to describe music that is not in one tonality or key, but shifts freely among many or all keys. ...
 
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