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  • 161 Arabic language — Arabic redirects here. For other uses, see Arabic (disambiguation). For the literary standard, see Modern Standard Arabic. For vernaculars, see varieties of Arabic. For others, see Arabic languages. Arabic العربية/عربي/عربى al ʿarabiyyah/ʿarabī …

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  • 162 Mongolian language — Mongolian Монгол Mongol, ᠮᠣᠨᠭᠭᠣᠯ Mongɣol Pronunciation /mɔŋɢ …

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  • 163 Limit (music) — In music theory, limit or harmonic limit is a way of characterizing the harmony found in a piece or genre of music, or the harmonies that can be made using a particular scale. The term was introduced by Harry Partch, who used it to give an upper… …

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  • 164 Musical acoustics — or music acoustics is the branch of acoustics concerned with researching and describing the physics of music – how sounds employed as music work. Examples of areas of study are the function of musical instruments, the human voice (the physics of… …

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  • 165 Heavy metal music — Heavy metal Stylistic origins Blues rock, psychedelic rock Cultural origins Late 1960s, United Kingdom and United States Typical instruments Electric guitar • bass guitar • drums • vocals • keyboards …

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  • 166 Gordon Lightfoot — Interlochen, Michigan (2009) Background information Birth name Gordon Meredith Lightfoot, Jr …

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  • 167 Circle of fifths — showing major and minor keys …

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  • 168 Robotech (TV series) — This article is about the 1985 Robotech television series. For other uses, see Robotech (disambiguation). Robotech Title screen from the original broadcast. Format Mecha …

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  • 169 stringed instrument — a musical instrument having strings as the medium of sound production, played with the fingers or with a plectrum or a bow: The guitar, the harp, and the violin are stringed instruments. * * * Any musical instrument that produces sound by the… …

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  • 170 wind instrument — /wind/ a musical instrument sounded by the breath or other air current, as the trumpet, trombone, clarinet, or flute. [1575 85] * * * ▪ music Introduction       any musical instrument that uses air as the primary vibrating medium for the… …

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  • 171 Baroque music — Private baroque theatre in Český Krumlov …

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  • 172 Elvis Presley — For other uses, see Elvis (disambiguation) and Elvis Presley (disambiguation). Elvis Presley …

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  • 173 Gallifrey — This article is about the planet. For the audio series of the same name, see Gallifrey (audio series). Gallifrey The Citadel of the Time Lords on Gallifrey (from The Sound of Drums ) Universe W …

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  • 174 Jazz guitar — This article is about the types of guitars and guitar playing styles used in jazz. For performers who play jazz guitar, see jazz guitarist. Hollowbody electric guitars are quite common in jazz; the Gibson ES 175 is a classic example. It has been… …

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  • 175 The Beatles (album) — Infobox Album Name = The Beatles Type = studio Artist = The Beatles Border =yes Released = 22 November 1968 Recorded = Abbey Road Studios and Trident Studios 30 May 1968 – 14 October 1968 Genre = Rock, pop, hard rock, folk rock Length = 93:35… …

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  • 176 Pitch (music) — In musical notation, the different vertical positions of notes indicate different pitches. Pitch is an auditory perceptual property that allows the ordering of sounds on a frequency related scale.[1] Pitches are compared as higher and lower in… …

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  • 177 Chamber music — For other uses, see Chamber music (disambiguation). Frederick the Great plays a flute concert in his summer palace Sanssouci; painting by Adolph Menzel Chamber music is a form o …

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  • 178 Abbey Road (album) — Infobox Album Name = Abbey Road Type = studio Artist = The Beatles Released = 26 September 1969 Recorded = 22 February 1969 – 20 August 1969 at Abbey Road Studios, Olympic Studios, and Trident Studios Genre = Rock, hard rock, art rock Length = 47 …

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  • 179 Coltrane changes — In jazz harmony, the Coltrane changes (Coltrane Matrix or cycle, also known as chromatic third relations and multi tonic changes) are a harmonic progression variation using substitute chords over common jazz chord progressions. These substitution …

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  • 180 Reharmonization — In music, reharmonization refers to the technique of taking an existing melodic line and altering the harmony which accompanies it. Typically, a melody is reharmonized to provide musical interest or variety. As well, reharmonization is often used …

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