In view of the data collection difficulties, due to the size of the questionnaires, the complexity of the questions and the target audience researched, an alternative to enable the data collection was the use of a response card with ordinal scales, instead of the traditional intervallic
Construction of the intervallic
series of the value [lambda].
Register) the transition n2- Consider a sequence of four n3 involves a greater intervallic
notes n1, n2, n3, n4.
It was in the musical material itself, particularly its intervallic
relationships, that the true emotional and aesthetic value of the music could be found, and not in the medium of its performance.
Joe Diorio presents intervallic
studies that open up harmony and provide technical challenges.
Thematic variation is not the echo of a primal rupture of the subject, but the ongoing bifurcation of subjectivity through a system of intervallic
Obsession' is derived from the registral shape and intervallic
structure of the 'Primal cell.
This motivic figuration echoes an intervallic
pattern <+4, -3, -7, -3> in the first song on the word "schoner" ("more beautiful').
We also hear shades of Wagner and Elgar and the expressive despair which the tight closeness of intervallic
quarter-tones can suggest - the CBSO strings execute these with expert intonation.
17) The sketches for a later work such as Mists for piano (1981), however, reveal that the pc set used at its opening was composed first and was only analyzed afterward, presumably in order to uncover its underlying intervallic
Additionally, the bass line in each of these styles has maintained a distinct intervallic
and rhythmic character throughout each repertoire's existence.
6); he does this by theoretically dividing the string into 1,000,000 parts and provides a table with the intervallic
values including the syntonic comma and the enharmonic diesis (the pre-publication autograph version is reproduced as illus.