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Pale Moment Of This Hour - Dissonant (2) - Perspective (CD)

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  1. Explore releases from Dissonant at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Dissonant at the Discogs Marketplace.
  2. Your dissonant music doesn't have to be played over a violent scene, of course. Happy, upbeat music at a funeral of a beloved character can also work. It can be used to excellent effect, especially if the song is somewhat silly, but if you use " What a Wonderful World " or " You Are My Sunshine " be warned, examples of those have their own.
  3. Apr 17,  · What makes jazz jazz is the use of certain dissonant notes like the major seventh, which has a blurry dissonance because it's right next to the root of the chord. Or the 9th because it's between the root and the third, the two notes you need to define a .
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  5. vanished from the southern horizon, but finally a pale star appeared, just lifting from the sea. The streaked saffron in the west passed before the all-merging darkness, and the sea to the east was black. The land had vanished, and was expressed only by the low and drear thunder of the surf.
  6. Dissonants is the third album by Australian rock band Hands Like Houses, released on 27 February It was preceded by the singles "I Am", released on 15 March and "New Romantics", released on 2 October The album follows the band's second studio album, Unimagine (), and debuted at No. 7 on the ARIA Albums chart. It is the first album to not feature keyboardist Jamal Sabet who left.
  7. Dec 23,  · Excellent debut album, this is for the 2 CD version but have the 4 disc version as well since I'm a collector of their music. The only flaw is they did not put "Saxophones as Opiates" on it with the rest of the "B Sides". Well, no problem, already have it on another couple CD's in my collection/5.
  8. That being said, in traditional musical styles the 6th and (especially) the 4th are generally dissonant as well. Most important of all is @Grey 's comment that the prevailing harmony of any given moment will generally override any scalar "rules" entirely. For example, if there's a V chord (G), the 7th scale degree will sound consonant.

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