Questions tagged [музыка]

Questions about musical terminology and notation in Russian that are not easy to answer with a dictionary.

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Difference between "бренчать" and "тренькать"

can anyone explain to me the difference between these words, and maybe наматывать as well? I was doing guitar-vocab, and my usual resources seem to be drawing a blank.
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Words for "piano"

I am a beginner at Russian, interest triggered by the availability of masses of old Russian scores at IMSLP. (So the first words I learnt were для, хора, фортепиано, оркестра and others in the ...
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"биточки ваще кайф"

Someone commented on a song I put on the internet with the Russian phrase биточки ваще кайф, which to me looks like she's telling me that at this point in the (may I point out, instrumental) track ...
Matt Fletcher's user avatar
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About the notation on a musical score (Баха Сюита номер 2)

In the violoncello score of Баха Сюита номер 2 (Bach's Cello Suite No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1008), there are two abbreviated instructions that I don't understand, can someone explain what they mean? One ...
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What's the Russian term for sheet music?

I don’t know any Russian, but I have a CD of Russian folk songs that I’m giving to a Russian learner as a gift. The liner notes have parallel lyrics in Russian and English, which is great. But from my ...
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How would you translate "feat." (featuring) in song titles to Russian?

How do I translate "featuring", which is used to mention guest singers/musicians in song titles? As in: Crystal Castles — Not In Love (feat. Robert Smith) "X и Y – название песни" ...
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