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Close X Saved to Music List. Dialogue accompaniment is a form of call and response in which the lead and accompaniment alternate, the accompaniment playing during the rests of the lead and providing a drone or silence during the main melody or vocal. This is the norm in Classical music and in most large ensemble writing e. In popular music and traditional music , the accompaniment instrumentalists often improvise their accompaniment, either based on a lead sheet or chord chart which indicates the chords used in the song or piece e.
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Chord-playing musicians e. It is rare for chords to be fully written out in music notation in pop and traditional music. Some guitarists, bassists and other stringed instrumentalists read accompaniment parts using tabulature or "tab" , a notation system which shows the musician where on the instrument to play the notes. Drummers can play accompaniment by following the lead sheet, a sheet music part in music notation, or by playing by ear.
In pop and traditional music, bass players, which may be upright bass or electric bass , or another instrument, such as bass synth , depending on the style of music, are usually expected to be able to improvise a bassline from a chord chart or learn the song from a recording. In some cases, an arranger or composer may give a bassist a bass part that is fully written out in music notation. For example, in a big band bass part, the introduction and melody "head" to a tune may have a fully notated bassline, but then for the improvised solos, the arranger may just write out chord symbols e.
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