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  • I love doing four-part writing this way: just sort of let the voice-leading wander like a curious dog on a long leash.

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  • Rodney: And I myself would probably opt for smooth voice-leading first.

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  • I can name a dozen things you got precisely WRONG-and in a very loud and petulant voice-leading up to the war in Iraq.

    Take your torture and go, George

  • His harmonizations are sonorous and unusual, his voice-leading and inner parts are interesting, and his music is just so damn satisfying to play that you can get addicted.

    Unfinished.

  • AthenaCL is an open-source, cross-platform, command-line program that functions as both a pitch (class) set theory utility (capable of both set and voice-leading modeling and analysis) as well as an object-orientated, Python-scripted algorithmic front-end to Csound.

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  • For Murray Perahia, however, the unfolding of contrapuntal lines ( "voice-leading", as it is sometimes called) is central to his thinking.

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  • Even the setting is ideal, with the reverberant resonance of the hallway actually enhancing the voice-leading of this monumental score.

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  • You will learn essential skills for playing lead and rhythm guitar, including: scales chord forms accompaniment skills guitar technique voice-leading approaches reading music notation

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  • They must also learn about other harmonic and voice-leading features and procedures typical of Bach's style, including modulation to closely-related keys, passing notes, and suspensions.

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  • He changed voice-leading, altered sonorities, added dynamics and, in places where Kaufmann added new melodic material, retained and even built upon those melodies.

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