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What is the name for the effect in which the major Tonic is played instead of the minor Tonic, in a composition which otherwise remains consistently in the (harmonic) minor mode? For example, playing the final chord of "Greensleeves" as the major (not relative major).
Picardy third.
The overall length of tubing in a Bb piccolo trumpet is approximately what fraction of the overall tubing length of the standard Bb trumpet?
One-half
The Bb piccolo trumpet sounds one octave higher than the standard Bb trumpet, using the same fingerings
Given a fundamental frequency "X" of a vibrating material which sounds at pitch "P", what would be the mathematical expression for the frequency which would sound at one octave higher than "P"?
2 times "X"
When playing in small ensembles of like instruments, it is common for woodwind and brass players to hear a "buzzing" sound in their ear when playing certain intervals in tune. Which intervals produce this effect most reliably?
M3, m3, P5, octaves
When playing in small ensembles of like instruments, it is common for woodwind and brass players to hear a "buzzing" sound in their ear when playing certain intervals in tune.
When this occurs while playing a "G2" and a "B2", what will be the approximate pitch of the fundamental tone?
G0
When playing in small ensembles of like instruments, it is common for woodwind and brass players to hear a "buzzing" sound in their ear when playing certain intervals in tune.
What is a name for the pitch that is heard in this manner?
The fundamental.