posted by daniel on .
IS THERE ANY MUSIC TEACHERS THAT CAN HELP ME PLEAS??? ITS REALLY URGENT
do you know what singing points are please?
Ok, try this.
A point can be defined as the subject of a fugue. In the piece you're analyzing, is there a part that more than one voice sings? For instance, maybe the bass part (or otherwise, the lowest part) has a series of notes that are sung, and maybe that passage is repeated in one of the other voices soon after.
That's all I can think of. I hope that helps.
Thanks soooo much you have really helped me!!
I understand what it means now ... I think that is right!!
A singing point is the threshold point at which additional gain in the system will cause self-oscillation.
thanks very much also do you know two different types of singing points please??