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And I thought patents were full of indecipherable jargon!Originally posted by OperaTenor:
a hemiola usually refers to a duple suspension over a triple meter, spanning multiple measures, so you get a drawn out duple feel in a triple meter.
...or any late 60's Chrysler......Originally posted by bignaf:
anything by Brahms should have a hemiola somewhere.
C flat sadly enough. But we have a saying over here "D is for Degree". Besides, trombone players don't need good ears. We usually are playing too loud to hear the rest of the group anyway.Originally posted by DavidS:
Was that a C sharp or a C flat? [/b]Originally posted by trombonepirate:
[b] thrilled to get a C
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