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7 Answered Questions for the topic performing

06/27/19

Ritardando, Rallentando, and Allargando?

Three common musical markings for gradual slowing down are ritardando, rallentando, and allargando. How do these differ from each other in interpretation and execution? For example, I was taught... more

06/03/19

How to select a key-signature for a song?

There are so many songs in pretty odd key-signatures like 4,5,6 sharps or flats. At least this is my impression when I listen to songs on the radio/net while trying to follow them on my... more

05/16/19

Ritardando, Rallentando, and Allargando?

Three common musical markings for gradual slowing down are ritardando, rallentando, and allargando. How do these differ from each other in interpretation and execution? For example, I was taught... more
Performing Composition Chords

05/01/19

How can I make two chords on the ukulele sound interesting for a whole song?

I'm accompanying my friend on one of her own songs with my uke. However, the song only has two chords the whole way through!The chords are `Dm` and `Am` - eight even beats of each. It's mostly slow... more

04/29/19

How to select a key-signature for a song?

There are so many songs in pretty odd key-signatures like 4,5,6 sharps or flats. At least this is my impression when I listen to songs on the radio/net while trying to follow them on my... more
Performing Theatre Acting

04/27/19

I have to perform a monologue that I hate, and I can't find a way to perform it without getting mad

I auditioned for a role to read a monologue, and I got in, but I couldn't choose what I'm performing. (All of the monologues were written by students in my school) I ended up getting a monologue... more
Performing Composition Chords

03/14/19

How can I make two chords on the ukulele sound interesting for a whole song?

I'm accompanying my friend on one of her own songs with my uke. However, the song only has two chords the whole way through! The chords are `Dm` and `Am` - eight even beats of each. It's mostly... more

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