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    Re: LOL: Definitions of Musical terms...

    A 440: the highway that runs around Nashville.
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    Re: LOL: Definitions of Musical terms...

    allegro: leg fertilizer [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]

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    Re: LOL: Definitions of Musical terms...

    decay = df. the letter that comes after the \'J\'.

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    LOL: Definitions of Musical terms...

    As I am relatively new to this playing field, I\'ve been surfing the web everytime someone makes a comment with a word in it I don\'t understand. On my last trip out (trying to define \"fugata\"), I stumbled upon these:

    portamento: a foreign country you\'ve always wanted to see.

    conductor: the man who punches your ticket to Birmingham.

    arpeggio: \"Ain\'t he that storybook kid with the big nose that grows?\"

    tempo: good choice for a used car.

    A 440: the highway that runs around Nashville.

    tenor: two hours before a nooner.

    diminished fifth: an empty bottle of Jack Daniels.

    perfect fifth: a full bottle of Jack Daniels.

    diatonic: low-calorie Schweppes.

    ritard: there\'s one in every family.

    relative major: an uncle in the Marine Corps.

    relative minor: a girlfriend.

    ...and more of them can be read here: http://www.c4vct.com/kym/humor/muscterm.htm

    Happy Sunday!

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