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originally posted by: tetra50
Ok. thanks for the FYI, but every song is in a specific key. That's a fact.
Atonality in its broadest sense is music that lacks a tonal center, or key
Polytonality (also polyharmony (Cole and Schwartz 2012)) is the musical use of more than one key simultaneously. Bitonality is the use of only two different keys at the same time. Polyvalence is the use of more than one harmonic function, from the same key, at the same time
originally posted by: mysterioustranger
a reply to: tetra50
Understand totally. I started teaching guitar at 18 at the local rock n roll music store....so over the years, Ive taught everything...reading music, tab, open tuning, rock lead, fingerpicking...you name it....and Ive always played by ear either guitars, pianos, keys...whatever....Ive been fortunate.
I agree there is a great need for a simple to follow cross-referencing platform to guide new (and older) players through the maze. It would be nice. If you discover anything...lets us all know, ok? We'd all appreciate it!
Best....Keep pickin n grinnin.....MS