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Sanctus Fail

I will not be discussing the Mozart-Süssmayr Requiem today, so the “Sanctus” is certainly not the Sanctus in the requiem. I actually love the Sanctus in the requiem, and the C-natural at “Pleni sunt coeli,” which some musicologists find strange and disturbing, is absolutely delightful, a kind of unexpected surprise. 1,277 more words

Barbara McClintock

Barbara McClintock (June 16, 1902 – September 2, 1992) was an American scientist and cytogeneticist who was awarded the 1983 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine… 305 more words


Transposition, An Extra Skill For Brain Training

Musical instruments have been manufactured in different keys throughout musical history, some of them evolving from one key to another depending on sound quality and accuracy of intonation. 593 more words


What is transposition?
Transposition is the process of moving a collection of notes up or down in pitch, whilst maintaining the succession of intervals between notes. 535 more words


Vocals Only: Should You Change the Key of a Song? | Transposing for Singers

Should singers transpose their songs into more comfortable keys? Is it OK to change the key or is it best to leave the song in its original key? 90 more words


Oh No, Not Again

Back to Back

On March 26th I had Ulna Nerve Transposition
surgery on my left arm.

July 8th it will be the right arm’s turn. This is a… 102 more words


esProc Assists Report Development – Create a Tabular Report by Transposition

Unconventional statistical tasks are difficult to be handled solely by the reporting tool like Jasper and BIRT, or the SQL. For example when the original data are not arranged as required by the tabular report, they need to be transposed for display. 584 more words