The motif itself constitutes an example of the dichotomy between Apollonian and Dionysian forces at work in Leverkuhn: Adrian, although somewhat Dionysian in his pursuit and development of a strict rational mathematical method to create enharmonic
music, ultimately creates an Apollonian system of composition whilst remaining entirely Dionysian in his passion for Esmeralda (Durrani, 657), for whom the work is cryptically devoted.
* Out of twenty-four possible major and minor keys (ignoring enharmonic
equivalents), the sonatas use twenty-one, of which any given key appears between two and seventy times; key is therefore not sufficient to uniquely identify even a single work.
However, my advice is to stay with the "white-note" drones (C, D, E, F, G, A, B) in order to avoid an overload of enharmonic
Errors in the notation of accidentals lead to two enharmonic
pitches back to back, but these errors can be corrected easily through common sense.
As Example 4 shows, a spiky, angular tune in Revision A replaces the piano solo and essentially matches the autograph score, excepting a few enharmonic
Theory elements included are: ledger lines (going all the way up and all the way down), correct placement of accidentals in the keys G, D, F, B-flat, E-flat, A-flat, half and whole steps, enharmonic
seconds and other intervals.
He could have divided intervals such as the fourth or the minor third further, resulting in intervals that would align with the ancients' enharmonic
and chromatic genera.
According to Chen Yi, the opening material--an enharmonic
tritone--is taken from a folk song about the Pan Gu story, sung by the head of a Yao ethnic-group tribe, which she once heard during a field trip to the Guangxi Province as a conservatory student.
where [B.sub.2] is the common mass parameter and [P.sub.3] is an enharmonic
kinetic term which for simplicity, we set to zero here.
In a material, scattering and absorption is produced by various dynamical interactions which typically arise from enharmonic
force between the atoms.
On the piano these notes are played with the same key (that is, they are enharmonic
Read programmenotes from decades long past and they will be full of references to "first subjects" and "transitions with enharmonic
modulations" and all kinds of technical procedures unfolding as the music progresses.