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English translation: second steps

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Polish term or phrase:kroki sekundowe
English translation:second steps
Entered by: Anna Łazęcka
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20:40 Jan 17, 2008
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Music
Polish term or phrase: kroki sekundowe
Melodia ta uporczywie trwa przy jednym tonie, poruszając się krokami sekundowymi.
Anna Łazęcka
Local time: 02:02
second steps
Explanation:
propozycja

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Note added at 15 mins (2008-01-17 20:55:56 GMT)
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Back when I was learning to play real instruments with moving parts, I was coerced into taking music theory exams with the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (catchy name, huh ?).
They published a couple of books which I still find useful, and which are laid out in a pretty logical progession, not unlike our beloved Max tutorials.
Have a look at http://www.abrsmpub.co.uk/pub/0901.html
(I assume the one that follows on from this is called 'Second steps in Music Theory' - I don't have my copy to hand right now.)
BTW, if you're really keen to learn, as well as getting some instrumental tuition, I'd recommend getting a few of their old exam papers or workbooks,
cheers
Roger

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Note added at 9 hrs (2008-01-18 05:49:37 GMT) Post-grading
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Dziękuję.
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second steps


Explanation:
propozycja

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Note added at 15 mins (2008-01-17 20:55:56 GMT)
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Back when I was learning to play real instruments with moving parts, I was coerced into taking music theory exams with the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (catchy name, huh ?).
They published a couple of books which I still find useful, and which are laid out in a pretty logical progession, not unlike our beloved Max tutorials.
Have a look at http://www.abrsmpub.co.uk/pub/0901.html
(I assume the one that follows on from this is called 'Second steps in Music Theory' - I don't have my copy to hand right now.)
BTW, if you're really keen to learn, as well as getting some instrumental tuition, I'd recommend getting a few of their old exam papers or workbooks,
cheers
Roger

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Note added at 9 hrs (2008-01-18 05:49:37 GMT) Post-grading
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Dziękuję.

EnglishDirect
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Native speaker of: Polish
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agree  Andrew Stanleyson: jeszcze popatrz jeśli nie jesteś pewien, ja też nie bardzo. OK, sounds good
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