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What does:
Portamento
Walking bass
Sonata form


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What does:
Portamento
Walking bass
Sonata form


all mean???
portamento/glissando - slide from one note to another

walking bass - a bass which moves up and down the notes of a chord (usually chords I, IV and V in a blues chord progression)

sonata form - 3 parts to it. A - exposition B - development C - recapitulation (themes are recapped - played again)
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portamento/glissando - slide from one note to another

walking bass - a bass which moves up and down the notes of a chord (usually chords I, IV and V in a blues chord progression)

sonata form - 3 parts to it. A - exposition B - development C - recapitulation (themes are recapped - played again)
awh thanks alot, you have saved me aha
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awh thanks alot, you have saved me aha
A Walking Bass is what forms when a river fish mutates and grows legs I thought
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