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  • 101 Chord progression — IV V I progression in C  Play (help· …

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  • 102 Nonchord tone — Example of nonchord tones (in red)  Play (help· …

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  • 103 music — musicless, adj. /myooh zik/, n. 1. an art of sound in time that expresses ideas and emotions in significant forms through the elements of rhythm, melody, harmony, and color. 2. the tones or sounds employed, occurring in single line (melody) or… …

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  • 104 Music — For other uses, see Music (disambiguation). Music …

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  • 105 Diabelli Variations — Theme of the Variations Diabelli s Waltz The 33 Variations on a waltz by Anton Diabelli, Op. 120, commonly known as the Diabelli Variations, is a set of variations for the piano written between 1819 and 1823 by Ludwig van Beethoven on a waltz… …

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  • 106 Uralic languages — Family of more than 30 languages spoken by some 25 million people in central and northern Eurasia. A primary division is between the Finno Ugric languages, which account for most of the languages and speakers, and the Samoyedic languages. The… …

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  • 107 Finnish phonology — This article deals with the sound patterns of the Finnish language. The grammar of Finnish and the way(s) in which Finnish is spoken are dealt with in separate articles.VowelsFinnish, like many other Finno Ugric languages as well as Turkish, has… …

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  • 108 Inversion (music) — For non musical meanings of inversion , see Inversion (disambiguation). Inversion example from Bach s The Well Tempered Clavier[1] …

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  • 109 Tone cluster — Example of piano tone clusters. The clusters in the upper staff C♯ D♯ F♯ G♯ are four successive black keys …

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  • 110 United States — a republic in the N Western Hemisphere comprising 48 conterminous states, the District of Columbia, and Alaska in North America, and Hawaii in the N Pacific. 267,954,767; conterminous United States, 3,022,387 sq. mi. (7,827,982 sq. km); with… …

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  • 111 Semitone — This article is about the musical interval. For the printing method, see halftone. semitone Inverse major seventh (for minor second); diminished octave (for augmented unison); augmented octave (for diminished unison) Name Other names minor second …

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  • 112 Consonance and dissonance — For the mental phenomena, see Cognitive dissonance. For the stylistic device often used in poetry, see Literary consonance. In music, a consonance (Latin com , with + sonare, to sound ) is a harmony, chord, or interval considered stable, as… …

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  • 113 List of Music Genome Project attributes — This following is a list of attributes used by the Music Genome Project for classifying music. NoTOC A *Abder *Abstract Lyrics *Acid jazz Roots *Acid Rock Qualities *Accordion Playing *Acousti Lectric Sonority *Acousti Synthetic Sonority… …

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  • 114 Diminished seventh chord — on C  Play ( …

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  • 115 Tritone — For other uses, see Tritone (disambiguation). tritone Inverse tritone Name Other names augmented fourth, diminished fifth Abbreviation TT Size …

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  • 116 The Byrds — Not to be confused with The Birds (band). The Byrds …

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  • 117 Perfect fifth —  Play (help· …

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  • 118 Jazz scale — One chord scale option for +7th chords is the whole tone scale[1]: C D E F♯ G♯ A …

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  • 119 Thirteenth — Compound interval of a major thirteenth from F to D in the next octave up …

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  • 120 Aspect of music — An aspect of music is any characteristic, dimension, or element taken as a part or component of music. Contents 1 European music 2 Persian music 3 Universal aspect …

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