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  • 1 non-musical — /nɒn ˈmjuzɪkəl/ (say non myoohzikuhl) adjective not musical. –non musically, adverb …

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  • 2 Musical Instrument Digital Interface — MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface, IPAEng|ˈmɪdi) is an industry standard protocol that enables electronic musical instruments, computers, and other equipment to communicate, control, and synchronize with each other. MIDI allows computers …

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  • 3 Musical theatre — The Black Crook (1866), considered by some historians to be the first musical[1] Musical theatre is a form of theatre combining songs, spoken dialogue, acting, and dance. The emotional content of the piece – humor, pathos, love, anger – …

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  • 4 Musical keyboard — This article is about keyboards on musical instruments. For instruments referred to as keyboards , see Keyboard instrument. Layout of a musical keyboard (three octaves shown) …

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  • 5 Musical guest — A musical guest is a singer, band, or other musician who makes a brief musical appearance on a television program of a non musical nature. While some shows have a format that traditionally includes numerous performances by musical guests (such as …

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  • 6 Musical film — Film poster for Top Hat (1935) The musical film is a film genre in which songs sung by the characters are interwoven into the narrative, sometimes accompanied by dancing. The songs usually advance the plot or develop the film s characters, though …

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  • 7 Musical cryptogram — The BACH motif. A musical cryptogram is a cryptogrammatic sequence of musical notes, a sequence which can be taken to refer to an extra musical text by some logical relationship, usually between note names and letters. The most common and best… …

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  • 8 Musical works of Franz Liszt — The sound of the fountains of the famous garden of Villa d Este inspired Liszt to write a piano piece called Jeux d eau à la Villa d Este . The villa and the portrait of the composer can be seen in the same image made by István Orosz Although… …

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  • 9 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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  • 10 Musical aptitude — (i.e. having a fine ear for music) is the ability to intuitively learn or appreciate music, and especially to distinguish off key and off pitch music. Music is ancient and one of the most special characteristics of humans[citation needed]. Some… …

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  • 11 Non-lexical vocables in music — Non lexical vocables, which may be mixed with meaningful text, are a form of nonsense syllable used in a wide variety of music. A common English example would be la la la . Contents 1 Traditional music 2 Jazz music 3 Musical training …

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  • 12 Musical instrument digital interface — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Midi. Noms de notes, fréquences et code MIDI associés. (Attention, la latéralisat …

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  • 13 Non nobis — est un court hymne latin prononcé comme une prière d action de grâce et une expression d humilité. Le texte latin est issu du Psaume 113:9 (selon la numérotation de la Vulgate), qui correspond au Psaume 115:1 dans la King James Version. Son texte …

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  • 14 Musical nationalism — refers to the use of musical ideas or motifs that are identified with a specific country, region, or ethnicity, such as folk tunes and melodies, rhythms, and harmonies inspired by them. Musical nationalism can also include the use of folklore as… …

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  • 15 Musical Futures — is a new way of thinking about music making in schools. It brings non formal teaching and informal learning approaches into the more formal context of school. It supports active music making, drawing on the existing passions young people have for …

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  • 16 Musical expression — is the art of playing music with communication. The elements of music that comprise expression include dynamic indications, forte or piano, phrasing, differing qualities of touch and articulation, color, intensity, energy and excitement all at… …

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  • 17 Musical quotation — is the practice of directly quoting another work in a new composition. The quotation may be from the same composer s work (self referential), or from a different composer s work (appropriation). Sometimes the quotation is done for the purposes of …

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  • 18 Musical similarity — is a certain similarity between two or more musical fragments. If these fragments are from one musical piece a musical similarity implies a repetition of the first occurring fragment. As well, eventually, the similarity does not occur by direct… …

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  • 19 Non Phixion — Background information Origin New York City Genres Hip hop un …

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  • 20 Non Phixion — Datos generales Origen Brooklyn, Nueva York Informació …

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