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In a melody, a real sequence is a sequence where the subsequent segments are exact transpositions of the first segment, ...

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Nov 9, 2015 ... If the repetition is only in the melody, with changed harmony, it is called a melodic sequence, and if the repetition is followed also in the ...

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Oct 15, 2013 ... Sequencing is another time-honored tool that most composers use on a regular basis. Sequencing is the immediate repetition of a motive at a ...

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In music, a sequence is a series of short, repeated musical patterns. These patterns usually move up or down a scale. There are harmonic sequences ( repeated ...

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A sequence is a musical construction in which an interval pattern is repeated at an ... Melodic sequences are relatively easy to identify, but harmonic sequences  ...

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Sequence, in music, a melodic or chordal figure repeated at a new pitch level ( that is, transposed), thus unifying and developing musical material. The word ...

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Practicing melodic patterns (sometimes called sequences) is one of the best methods available for learning scale fingerings. Their practice will also aid in ...

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Sequence: similar to repetition, but the repeated material is presented at a new pitch level. This allows similarity and variety simultaneously. A sequence ...