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post Jan 30 2008, 04:58 AM
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Hey there Juan, i wanted to know if the names of the 7 modes are the same as in spanish, or do they have a translation? im trying to know all my theory in spanish as well as it is my main language (shame on me lol tongue.gif) but i find it hard since i dont attend lessons except for Andrew's, which are in english.

Also, ive heard this term before. Anacruza, what is it?

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post Jan 30 2008, 08:31 AM
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In spanish the name of the modes are:

Modos:
1 Jonico (mayor)
2 Dorico
3 Frigio
4 Lidio
5 Mixolidio
6 Eólico (menor)
7 Locrio


And about Anacruza... well, I don't know what's the translation in English.
Imagine you have a simple melody that starts before one compass, for example in 4th time of compass number 42. When we need to mention this melody (for instance if we are in band or in a choral) we wouldn't say "let's go on 4th time of compass number 42" we just say "let's go ANACRUZA compass 43.
It means that is the melody that starts a bit before this compass.

Excuse my spelling tongue.gif I hope I have done lot of mistakes :|


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post Jan 30 2008, 01:32 PM
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Thanks Juan - I'll add this to my modes lesson smile.gif


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QUOTE (Juan M. Valero @ Jan 30 2008, 07:31 AM) *
In spanish the name of the modes are:

Modos:
1 Jonico (mayor)
2 Dorico
3 Frigio
4 Lidio
5 Mixolidio
6 Eólico (menor)
7 Locrio


And about Anacruza... well, I don't know what's the translation in English.
Imagine you have a simple melody that starts before one compass, for example in 4th time of compass number 42. When we need to mention this melody (for instance if we are in band or in a choral) we wouldn't say "let's go on 4th time of compass number 42" we just say "let's go ANACRUZA compass 43.
It means that is the melody that starts a bit before this compass.

Excuse my spelling tongue.gif I hope I have done lot of mistakes :|

I believe you say Anacrusis in English which means the melody before the piece. Anacrusis are also a great Thrash Metal act.


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QUOTE (Juan M. Valero @ Jan 30 2008, 01:31 AM) *
In spanish the name of the modes are:

Modos:
1 Jonico (mayor)
2 Dorico
3 Frigio
4 Lidio
5 Mixolidio
6 Eólico (menor)
7 Locrio


And about Anacruza... well, I don't know what's the translation in English.
Imagine you have a simple melody that starts before one compass, for example in 4th time of compass number 42. When we need to mention this melody (for instance if we are in band or in a choral) we wouldn't say "let's go on 4th time of compass number 42" we just say "let's go ANACRUZA compass 43.
It means that is the melody that starts a bit before this compass.

Excuse my spelling tongue.gif I hope I have done lot of mistakes :|


thanks alot man! expect me around in the future tongue.gif biggrin.gif


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QUOTE (OrganisedConfusion @ Jan 30 2008, 01:36 PM) *
I believe you say Anacrusis in English which means the melody before the piece.


yeah, that's a perfect explanation !! I didn't knew how to describe it laugh.gif laugh.gif


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QUOTE (OrganisedConfusion @ Jan 30 2008, 06:36 AM) *
I believe you say Anacrusis in English which means the melody before the piece. Anacrusis are also a great Thrash Metal act.



do you mean like for example the intro to Fade To Black or The Call of Ktulu? could you please give me an example so i can get a better idea biggrin.gif thank you.


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