Re: Double stops
- From: "Mike C." <Funkifized@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 12 Jun 2006 13:53:40 -0400
"Raymo" <ray.skinner@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
The sound of three or more notes being played together. There is some
debate over whether two notes played together could be a chord. Some
dictionaries will say it is, others that only three notes together is a
See, even your dictionary agrees that dictionaries disagree.
"Mike C." <Funkifized@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Chord - A combination of three or more tones sounded simultaneously.
Three or more tones combined and sounded simultaneously
The sound of three or more notes being played together.
chord Simultaneous combination of three or more tones that constitute a
single block of harmony.
That's fine. You take your 4 tires and a steering wheel and keep calling it
a car. When you talk to the registry, they'll realize how ignorant you are,
because you don't have a car, you have a piece of a car. When you see a
chart that shows an Am chord, feel free to play an A5 chord, and wonder why
the conductor or the bandleader yells at you for not playing the chord as
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