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Cord

A unit of volume used to measure quantities of firewood in Canada and the United States. The cord is equivalent to 3.62 cubic meters.
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Were delighted that the RTPI has shortlisted the Ordsall Chord for this prestigious award.
The layering steps of adding full chords, simple accompaniment rhythms and short improvised fills were a seamless progression even for those hesitant to be creative.
Chord Electronics Ltd is a world-leading manufacturer of high-performance hi-fi and audio products.
The most traditional musical form blues takes is a twelve-bar (measure) progression of chords in common time.
We are proud of the work we are doing with Chord, who we have worked with since our move to Birmingham.
For example, in Beatles tunes you can find many different chords, changing keys, drop beats, syncopation, you name it.
By experimenting and having fun playing, creating or improvising great sounding chord progressions in each key, your 'play by ear' knowledge will immediately expand.
This Chord not only frees up space on the network, but creates a more reliable railway for passengers and takes hundreds of thousands of lorries off the roads.
Harmony composition assignment #2: pick one chord of any type and write a short piece using only that chord.
Musicians have struggled to reproduce the clanging chord at the start of the 1964 hit.
Chord, who plays Sam Evans on the popular TV show said: "What I look for in a girlfriend is humour.
Initially, it was believed that the chord length estimate accurately approximates the air void content, or volume fraction of air present in the sample.