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  1. Music Theory
    i just wanna understand whats going on here: https://www.e-chords.com/chords/motley-crue/dont-go-away-mad-just-go-away in this 80s rock song the chords go C Dm F which im assuming is just some random 1 2 4 progression they pulled out of the air? the question is: in the chorus it goes Bb F C...
  2. Music Theory
    Wiki article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modes_of_limited_transposition All the modes are constructed from known chromatic formulae. Modes 1 and 2 are famous on their own and easily recognizable, mode 3 is kind of a chromaticization of mode 1. Of inherent melodic character, these...
  3. Beginners
    Hello all, I was wondering if modes were ever used by classical and/or romantic composers. If so, can anyone point to some examples? Also, is the tonic-dominant relationship preserved in different modes? As in, in the dorian mode of C major, for example, with Dm as the tonic, is Am the new...
  4. Beginners
    Hello! Let me introduce you a "Guess the composer" game CQuiz, created by me: http://alch.strangled.net/cquiz You need to register first (large blue link on the first page). You can play in one of the common modes (Easy, Normal, Hard, Insane) or choose any composers that you want for the...
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    Reported this before but want to bring it up again because it's evidently not fixed. If I set the Thread Display Mode to "Linear - Newest First" which I prefer, the following happens: - If I click on a "Like" then a seemingly random post (from the correct thread) is displayed. - If I click on...
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