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Drone (music)

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In music, a drone is a harmonic or monophonic effect or accompaniment where a note or chord ... "The drone does not take its name from the bee. It is a far older ...

drone | music | Britannica.com

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Drone, French bourdon, in music, a sustained tone, usually rather low in .... photographs on film, projected in rapid succession onto a screen by means of light.

How to Incorporate Drones Into Your Music (Overview of Drone Music)

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Oct 29, 2015 ... The drone is a simple yet mystical sound, which can be found in many sacred music traditions of the world. From a spiritual perspective the ...

BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Drone, pedal and ground bass

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A secondary school revision resource for GCSE Music about harmony and tonality.

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Aug 13, 2012 ... This first tutorial shows how to create a drone with a synthesised sound. ... Logic Pro Tutorial how to Design & Make Ambient Music - Amazing ...

The History of Drone Music Culminates in 'Now That's What I Call ...

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Jul 26, 2012 ... Drones in music long predate drones in warfare. ... In the 14th century, it gained a new meaning -- to roar -- perhaps from ... Kraftwerk used them, as did Brian Eno, Philip Glass, Miles Davis, and Aphex Twin, and Radiohead.

Music Appreciation: Drone / Boing Boing

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Oct 19, 2012 ... For many people, a drone wouldn't even be called music, just an irritating noise, like the buzzing of a ... What this means, if true, is a matter of great dispute, but Hennix, a former professor of .... What does such a drone do?

Please explain the terms "ostinato" and "drone." - Ars Nova

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Think of the drone pipes on a bagpipe: they sound one or two pitches ... A drone in classical music is often used to suggest a rural scene with peasant dancing, ...

Drone Music - Perfect Sound Forever:

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Drones have constantly revolutionized and reinvigorated music throughout the ... If you play the viola, violin or cello, drones are at the start of everything you do. ... The openness of the fingerboard and accessibility of the strings means that ...

Music vs Noise 01: Why Drone is Music's Ultimate Art Form | Echoes ...

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Mar 31, 2013 ... Yet it is, at least in my mind, the ultimate when it comes to music as a ... to work in the drone field, does not mean they automatically produce ...

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Drones in Indian Music (Tanpura, Surpeti, etc.) - Chandrakantha

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Feb 24, 2016 ... The drone is an essential part of traditional Indian music. .... This situation is not very common, but it does show up in rags such as Marwa and ...

Drone - definition of drone by The Free Dictionary

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A person who does tedious or menial work; a drudge: "undervalued drones who ... (Instruments) music one of the single-reed pipes in a set of bagpipes, used for  ...

Drone | Define Drone at Dictionary.com

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Drone definition, the male of the honeybee and other bees, stingless and making no honey. ... a continuous low tone produced by the bass pipes or bass strings of musical .... Drones have no stingers, do no work, and do not produce honey.