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Flash Card - A short chord progression that is repeated several times as a means of making time Often used in intro a coda or as an internal

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A short chord progression that is repeated several times as a means of making time. Often used in intro, a coda, or as an internal segment of a song in which a singer might talk with the audience. Placing a strong accent on the offbeats. In a four-beat measure, the drummer typically emphasizes beats 2 and 4, creating the basic rhythm of rock music. A practice in singing in which a solo vocalist is answered by a group of singers. Also heard in instrumental music, or between vocalists and instrumentalists, the style is vocal in origin. Referred to as antiphonal singing. Two or more rhythms performed simultaneously. A style of avant-garde music that relies on natural environmental sounds and other non-inherently-musical noises to create music. A song form in which each verse of the text is sung to the same music. The music for each verse remains the same while the words change. Most blues and folk songs.
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course MUSI 2060 taught by Professor Valdez during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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Flash Card - A short chord progression that is repeated several times as a means of making time Often used in intro a coda or as an internal

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