Asked in Musical Instruments
How do you use a chromatic tuner to find relative and or absolute pitch of a note you have a person sing?
You will have to go through the notes chromatically until the waves of their voice match the waves of the pitch. ...
Asked in Brass Instruments
Is a bugle a brass instrument played for military performances?
The bugle is used for fanfares and military calls such as revelle and the last post (taps). The bugle has no valve so cannot be played chromatically. ...
Asked in Music Theory
What are examples of sofa syllables?
"do", "re", "mi", "fa", "so", "la" and "ti" are the basic ones, but each of those notes would have variations, used when you raise or lower a note chromatically (for example: a raised "do" is a "di" and a raised "re" is a "ri", and a lowered "ti" is a "to") ...
Asked in Breakups, Lyrics and Sheet Music
How do you sang a love chorus?
You start by spelling sing correctly. Then you start the song in an e-flat major seven chord moving up chromatically to a g-sharp diminished. Make sure that you place some omnibusts in there cause if you don't, you'll be screwed... not in the good way... ...
Asked in Brass Instruments, Trombone
How old is a trombone?
How old is which trombone? Trombones made a hundred years ago are 100 years old. Those made today are called "brand new". This might help: the trombone was developed around the mid-1400s. At the time, it was the only brass instrument to be able to play chromatically, that is all the notes of a scale! ...
Asked in Composers, Johann Sebastian Bach
Who did Bach write the well-tempered clavier for?
Johann Sebastian Bach wrote the Well Tempered Clavier for his students as a series of exercises in counterpoint. Each two volumes of this work contains 24 preludes and fugues, in the key signatures chromatically starting from C major, and major, minor keys alternately. ...
Asked in German Language and Culture
What instruments are used in Germany?
Accordion - originated in Saxony and Bohemia, now common throughout the world Bagpipe (Dudelsackspfeiff or Sackpfeifen) Hackbrett - similar to hammered dulcimer. Tuned chromatically, played only on one side of the bridges. Nyckelharpa-keyed fiddle used in N. Germany Konzertina Concertina German bassoon Zither-Bavaria Krummhorn ...
Asked in Trumpet
What is some historical facts about the Trumpet?
Maybe someone could add some dates and more information, but from the top of my head I could say the trumpet never originally had valves. For a long time it wasn't a solo instrument way back in the day, until it had finger holes, then later valves for that the trumpet would be able to be played chromatically. ...
Asked in Euphonium
What is the highest and lowest note on the euphonium?
The highest and lowest note of the euphonium depends upon the strength and skill of the player as well as the specific capabilities of the euphonium. The practical range of the euphonium is from E below the bass staff to the Bb an octave above the bass staff, but many players can exceed that range. The range cannot be extended chromatically lower, however, unless the euphonium has a fourth valve. ...
Asked in South Africa
Which country known as rainbow nation?
The Republic of South Africa is known as the Rainbow Nation. The term was coined by Archbishop Desmond Tutu to describe Post-Apartheid South Africa after its first truly democratic election in 1994. It has since gained popularity as a term of endearment for the country, referencing both its diverse ethnic and cultural composition and embrace of multiculturalism, and the equally chromatically diverse mosaic of geometric shapes it calls its flag. ...
Asked in English Language
What does positive mean in English spoken countries?
The word positive has various meanings. 1. Firm and accurate. Positive pressure = firm pressure; positive fit = tight fit. 2. Optimistic. To have a positive outlook means to always be looking for best in things. 3. In electricity, the positive (+) side of a battery or power supply is the connection with less free electrons than the other, negative (-) side. 4. To answer "I am positive." to a question such as "Are you sure?" means that I am absolutely sure. 5. In photography,...
Asked in History of England, Monarchy, Henry VIII
Who was king Henry and what did he do?
he was a mean person who lived with mean people in a mean castle on a mean hill in a mean country in a mean continent in a mean world in a mean solar system in a mean galaxy in a mean universe in a mean dimension ...
Asked in Musical Instruments
How many semitones exist beginning from the note f given a two and one-half octave range?
I am not assuming I am in the key of F (one flat), there is one semi-tone in each octave: B flat. While Iam navigating the entire 2 1/2 octave range, navigating the range chromatically, then each note change is a semi-tone, 13 semi-tones in all for each octave. So 13+13+6 = 32 semi-tones in 2½ octaves. ...