octachordal

octachordal

(ˌɒktəˈkɔːdəl)
adj
having or consisting of eight notes or eight strings
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EXAMPLE 11 PHRASE GROUPED SIZE BY SIZE OF SET CLASS Trichordal Set Class <016> Phrase 18 Terrachordal <0123> 26 Pentachordal <01246> 1 <01267> 15 <01346> 12 <01458> 17 <01478> 19 Hexachordal <012346> 14, 25 <012368> 3 <012458> 10 <012478> 20 Heptachordal <0123567> 2, 7 <0123678> 16 <0123679> 21, 22 <0234568> 13 Octachordal <01235789> 23 <0124568t> 11 Set Class of Cardinality 10 <012345678t> 24 Set Class of Cardinality 11 4, 6, 9 Aggregate 5, 8 Trichord {E, A, A[MUSICAL NOTES NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]}
But the texture remains octachordal and the norm of the interpolation is similar to sc 8-20: the hierarchical shift is inherently somewhat disguised.