It also depends on the point where the head of the hammer touches the strings--in the top treble it strikes at a tenth of the string length, corresponding to the musical interval
of a third.
For each proportion of the human body corresponding to a musical interval
, there is a corresponding proportion between two or three planetary orbits," The World is Sound.
However, they refused to allow the world to listen and hear Said's own version of the tale and tried to deny his right to claim Palestine as his mother," announced Al Hatab before introducing the musical interval
played in tribute to Said by Tala Totanji.
Justin Timberlake has also been asked to perform during the show's musical interval
The set of bells, tuned so that each is one musical interval
apart from its neighbour and capable of being rung in turn, is called a "ring" of bells.
Third, both lines are identical except that one line is transposed upward by some standard musical interval
(unison, perfect fourth, perfect fifth or octave).
Nelsons gave it a flow and sense of direction, growing at last to the tremendous affirmation, two timpanists pounding out the most fundamental of musical intervals
(nice to welcome back Peter Hill as an old-stager - trumpeter Alan Thomas was another), as Mahler's vision of the world was at last achieved.
Rings's writing separates itself from its contemporaries in two ways: first, by cogently summarizing and glossing the formalism of David Lewin's landmark publication, Generalized Musical Intervals
and Transformations (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1987; reprinted and revised, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007), hereafter GMIT; and second, by implementing Lewinian Generalized Interval Systems (GISes) and transformational models to create a fresh analytical perspective on tonal (i.
The new model suggests that harmonious musical intervals
trigger a rhythmically consistent firing pattern in certain auditory neurons, and that sweet sounds carry more information than harsh ones, New Scientist reported.
Such theories formed a highly prestigious canon, providing a context to 17th-century attempts to establish 'mechanical' explanations for musical intervals
as well as the nature of sound itself.
Entertainment from around the region kept the stars busy while the occassional cheer from Centre Court, where Serena Williams was playing her first game, filled the musical intervals
Prosdocimo approves of Marchetto's views on practical issues, but objects strongly to his approach to the quantitative definition of musical intervals