By Jean Marc Belkadi
Jean Marc Belkadi offers over 30 nice traces utilizing quite a few strategies and melodic rules.
Covers: trade, sweep, and bypass identifying; significant scale, chromaticism, arpeggios, superimposing triads; legato, broad durations, adjustments; and lots more and plenty extra. comprises common notation and tablature.
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In hearing sounds as music we hear them as pure events that we can also reidentify—as when we recognize a melody sounding in another key, with another timbre, or at another pitch. And because we detach sounds in imagination from their physical causes they become individuals for us, with a life of their own. They can amalgamate with other such pure events to produce larger events; they can divide and fragment; they can occur in the background or the foreground, on top or underneath, augmented and diminished, half hidden, ornamented, varied and implied.
The explanation is indeed familiar to us, and invokes light waves and their refraction by water droplets in the air. This explanation of rainbows is very similar to the explanation of the experience of sound, in terms of the transmission of a vibration by sound waves. But it will not mention any particular object that is identical with the rainbow, in the way that the physicalist urges us to consider the vibration of the source as identical with the sound. Hence it will leave us free to locate the rainbow in the area where it appears, and not at some place chosen for its prominent role in the theory of rainbows (for instance the patch of water drops in the air, the sun, the eye of the beholder).
And someone might be misled into thinking that this is just like the case of someone listening to a piece in the classical style, who hears it settle on a dominant seventh, and therefore is led to expect the tonic. Musical understanding is in each case a matter of grasping the way in which one musical event compels the next one. And satisfaction comes from perceiving order and discipline in what, from the acoustic perspective, is no more than a sequence of sounds. In fact, however, the knowledge that G sharp must follow, in my hypothetical example, is no sign of musical understanding.