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Fifth is the ordinal form of the number five. Fifth or The Fifth may refer to: * Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution, as in the expression "pleading the Fifth" * Fifth column, a political term * Fifth disease, a contagious rash that spreads in school-aged children * Fifth force, a proposed force of nature in addition to the four known fundamental forces * Fifth (Stargate), a robotic character in the television series ''Stargate SG-1'' * Fifth (unit), a unit of volume used for distilled beverages in the U.S. * Fifth-generation programming language * The fifth in a series, or four after the first: see ordinal numbers * 1st Battalion, 5th Marines * The Fraction 1/5 * The royal fifth (Spanish and Portuguese), an old royal tax of 20% Music * A musical interval (music); specifically, a ** perfect fifth ** diminished fifth ** augmented fifth * Quintal harmony, in which chords concatenate fifth intervals (rather than the third intervals of tertian harmony) * Fifth ( ...
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Ordinal Number (linguistics)
In linguistics, ordinal numerals or ordinal number words are words representing position or rank in a sequential order; the order may be of size, importance, chronology, and so on (e.g., "third", "tertiary"). They differ from cardinal numerals, which represent quantity (e.g., "three") and other types of numerals. In traditional grammar, all numerals, including ordinal numerals, are grouped into a separate part of speech ( la, nomen numerale, hence, "noun numeral" in older English grammar books). However, in modern interpretations of English grammar, ordinal numerals are usually conflated with adjectives. Ordinal numbers may be written in English with numerals and letter suffixes: 1st, 2nd or 2d, 3rd or 3d, 4th, 11th, 21st, 101st, 477th, etc., with the suffix acting as an ordinal indicator. Written dates often omit the suffix, although it is nevertheless pronounced. For example: 5 November 1605 (pronounced "the fifth of November ... "); November 5, 1605, ("November (the) F ...
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Augmented Fifth
In classical music from Western culture, an augmented fifth () is an interval produced by widening a perfect fifth by a chromatic semitone.Benward & Saker (2003). ''Music: In Theory and Practice, Vol. I'', p.54. . For instance, the interval from C to G is a perfect fifth, seven semitones wide, and both the intervals from C to G, and from C to G are augmented fifths, spanning eight semitones. Being augmented, it is considered a dissonant interval. Its inversion is the diminished fourth, and its enharmonic equivalent is the minor sixth. The augmented fifth only began to make an appearance at the beginning of the common practice period of music as a consequence of composers seeking to strengthen the normally weak seventh degree when composing music in minor modes. This was achieved by chromatically raising the seventh degree (or subtonic) to match that of the unstable seventh degree (or leading tone) of the major mode (an increasingly widespread practice that led to the creati ...
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Fifth (The Autumn Defense Album)
''Fifth'' is the fifth studio album by American indie band The Autumn Defense. It was released in January 2014 by Yep Roc Records. Track listing All tracks composed by Pat Sansone and John Stirratt; except where indicated Personnel *John Stirratt John Chadwick Stirratt is an American bassist and multi-instrumentalist for Wilco and The Autumn Defense. Early career Stirratt grew up in Mandeville, Louisiana. He attended Mandeville High School and the University of Mississippi, and is a ... - lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, bass, keyboards * Patrick Sansone - lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, mellotron, percussion, piano, electric piano, organ, synthesizer, bass * Greg Wieczorek - drums, percussion *James Haggerty - bass *John Pirruccello - electric guitar, slide guitar, baritone guitar, pedal steel *Laveeta Robinson - backing vocals on "Can't Love Anyone Else" References 2014 albums Yep Roc Records albums The Autumn ...
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5th (Lee Michaels Album)
''5th'' is the fifth album by Lee Michaels and was released in 1971. It reached #16 on the ''Billboard'' Top LPs chart. The album featured three singles: "Do You Know What I Mean", which reached #6 on the ''Billboard'' Hot 100, "Can I Get a Witness", which reached #39 on the ''Billboard'' Hot 100,Lee Michaels, "Can I Get a Witness" chart position
Retrieved June 25, 2016. and " Rock Me Baby" which did not chart. The album's title is a reference to "Can I Get a Witness"; the

The Fifth (Obie Trice Album)
The discography of American rapper Obie Trice consists of two major-label studio albums, three independent albums, fifteen singles, and four mixtapes. His major-label albums were released via Eminem's Shady/Interscope Records. Albums Studio albums Compilation albums * 2009: ''Special Reserve'' Mixtapes *2003: ''The Bar Is Open'' (with DJ Green Lantern) *2006: ''Bar Shots'' (with DJ Whoo Kid) *2007: ''The Most Under Rated'' (with DJ Whoo Kid) *2012: ''Watch the Chrome'' (with DJ Whoo Kid) Singles As lead artist Guest appearances Music videos Notes *A "Snitch" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 11 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles The Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart ranks the most popular R&B and hip hop songs in the United States and is published weekly by ''Billboard''. Rankings are based on a measure of radio airplay, sales data, and streaming activity. The chart had 100 p ... chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the ...
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The Fifth (Dizzee Rascal Album)
''The Fifth'' studio album by English rapper Dizzee Rascal was released on 30 September 2013 under Dirtee Stank Recordings and Island Records. ''The Fifth'' is Dizzee Rascal's first release since he signed with Universal. It succeeds his fourth studio album '' Tongue n' Cheek'' (2009) and features production from RedOne, Nick Marsh, M.J. Cole, Baptiste, Goldstein, Andrew "Pop" Wansel and Teddy Sky, among others. The album features guest appearances from singers Jessie J, Robbie Williams, Sean Kingston, Angel, and rappers Tinie Tempah, Bun B, Trae tha Truth, and Will.i.am. The album's track listing was confirmed when it was made available to pre-order via the iTunes Store. Background Dizzee commented on the album: "It's the best-produced album I've done so far. If my last record was dipping my foot into the swimming pool of happiness, this one is fully going for a swim - backstroke, butterfly, in every way... not just doggy paddle". The majority of the album was produced in Los ...
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The Fifth (Bad Boys Blue Album)
''The Fifth'' is the fifth studio album of German band Bad Boys Blue. The record was released on October 29, 1989 by Coconut Records. Background The album includes two singles: " Lady in Black" and "A Train to Nowhere". Track "No regrets" was originally sung by Edith Piaf as "Non, je ne regrette rien" written by Charles Dumont. All the songs were performed by John McInerney. Trevor Taylor left the band and was replaced by Trevor Bannister (born August 5, 1965 in Grimsby, England), whose function in the group was mainly to perform Trevor Taylor's hits in live shows. It is during Bannister's tenure with the band that Bad Boys Blue began widely touring in Eastern Europe Eastern Europe is a subregion of the European continent. As a largely ambiguous term, it has a wide range of geopolitical, geographical, ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic connotations. The vast majority of the region is covered by Russia, whic ...—thus gaining much popularity there. The album was certifi ...
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Fifth (Soft Machine Album)
''Fifth'' (the title is ''Fifth'' while the front cover shows the number ''5''), is the fifth studio album by the jazz rock band Soft Machine, released in 1972. In the US the album was identified on cover and label by number (''5''). Overview ''Fifth'' was the first Soft Machine album recorded after the departure of founding member Robert Wyatt and continued the band's progression away from their original blend of psychedelic and progressive rock towards jazz fusion. Wyatt's replacement was Phil Howard, who contributed to the 1971 sessions that comprise side one, after which he left and was replaced by John Marshall for the 1972 recordings that make up side two. Future member Roy Babbington played double bass on side two, as a session musician. Unlike the previous two albums, Elton Dean's saxophone is not augmented by a brass and reeds section composed of session musicians. Track listing Side one #"All White" (Mike Ratledge) – 6:06 #"Drop" (Ratledge) – 7:42 #"M C" (Hugh ...
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Symphony No
A symphony is an extended musical composition in Western classical music, most often for orchestra. Although the term has had many meanings from its origins in the ancient Greek era, by the late 18th century the word had taken on the meaning common today: a work usually consisting of multiple distinct sections or movements, often four, with the first movement in sonata form. Symphonies are almost always scored for an orchestra consisting of a string section (violin, viola, cello, and double bass), brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments which altogether number about 30 to 100 musicians. Symphonies are notated in a musical score, which contains all the instrument parts. Orchestral musicians play from parts which contain just the notated music for their own instrument. Some symphonies also contain vocal parts (e.g., Beethoven's Ninth Symphony). Etymology and origins The word ''symphony'' is derived from the Greek word (), meaning "agreement or concord of sound", "concer ...
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Dominant (music)
In music, the dominant is the fifth scale degree () of the diatonic scale. It is called the ''dominant'' because it is second in importance to the first scale degree, the tonic. In the movable do solfège system, the dominant note is sung as "So(l)". The triad built on the dominant note is called the dominant chord. This chord is said to have dominant function, which means that it creates an instability that requires the tonic for resolution. Dominant triads, seventh chords, and ninth chords typically have dominant function. Leading-tone triads and leading-tone seventh chords may also have dominant function. Dominant chords In music theory, the dominant triad is a major chord, symbolized by the Roman numeral "V" in the major scale. In the natural minor scale, the triad is a minor chord, denoted by "v". However, in a minor key, the seventh scale degree is often raised by a half step ( to ), creating a major chord. These chords may also appear as seventh chords ...
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Chord (music)
A chord, in music, is any harmonic set of pitches/frequencies consisting of multiple notes (also called "pitches") that are heard as if sounding simultaneously. For many practical and theoretical purposes, arpeggios and broken chords (in which the notes of the chord are sounded one after the other, rather than simultaneously), or sequences of chord tones, may also be considered as chords in the right musical context. In tonal Western classical music (music with a tonic key or "home key"), the most frequently encountered chords are triads, so called because they consist of three distinct notes: the root note, and intervals of a third and a fifth above the root note. Chords with more than three notes include added tone chords, extended chords and tone clusters, which are used in contemporary classical music, jazz and almost any other genre. A series of chords is called a chord progression. One example of a widely used chord progression in Western traditional music and blu ...
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Fifth (chord)
In music, the fifth factor of a chord is the note or pitch that is the fifth scale degree, counting the root or tonal center. When the fifth is the bass note, or lowest note, of the expressed chord, the chord is in second inversion . Conventionally, the fifth is second in importance to the root, with the fifth being perfect in all primary triads (I, IV, V and i, iv, v). In jazz chords and theory however, the fifth is often omitted, or assumed, in preference for the chord quality determining third and chord extensions and additions. The fifth in a major and minor chord is perfect (G in C). When the fifth of a major chord is raised it is an augmented chord (G in C) . When the fifth of a minor chord is lowered it is a diminished chord (G in C) . The open fifth and power chord consists of only the root, fifth and their octave doubling In music theory, voicing refers to two closely related concepts: # How a musician or group distributes, or spaces, notes and chords on ...
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