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Tutor profile: Sarah G.

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Sarah G.
Saxophonist of 13 Years, Saxophone Graduate Student
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Subject: Music Theory

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What is the difference between a major and a minor chord?

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A major chord often sounds "happy" while a minor chord sounds "sad." In terms of composition, a major chord is built with an interval of a major 3rd on the bottom (from the root of the chord) with a minor 3rd on top. A minor chord is built with a minor 3rd on bottom from the root with a major 3rd on top.

Subject: Music

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What is timbre in music?

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Timbre is the characteristic sound created by an instrument. Timbre is often used to describe a sound's tone or tone quality. An example of this would be describing the timbre of a bassoon, a double-reeded, wooden instrument. A bassoon has a reedy, earthen timbre- meaning that its sound quality is hollow and reflects its wooden composition.

Subject: Literature

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What does Hamlet's "To Be or Not to Be" soliloquy symbolize?

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Hamlet's "To Be or Not to Be" soliloquy symbolizes Hamlet's internal conflict with the difficult choice of whether to live or to die is more challenging. Faced with several external conflicts, Hamlet realizes that to live can be an insufferable challenge. However, to die can cause more problems than solutions, especially for those around him. In this soliloquy, Hamlet struggles to decide which option would help him to feel true peace.

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