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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.
The interval is the approximate change in pitch from one hole to the next on the flute (for example m3, a minor third), and the intervallic size is the actual interval measured in cents.
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.
Breathing and Vocalising Life rhythms and tonal intervallic synthesis help a patient synchronise and deepen the breathing process.
11), a reading that ignores Deryck Cooke's persuasive suggestion that Wotan, too, gave up love (by bartering his sister Freia to the giants) for power (Valhalla), an explanation which brilliantly accounts for the famous intervallic affinity between the Ring and Valhalla motives.
The combination of jumping intervallic patterns and fingerings would present a challenge to small hands.
Like the instruments in Carter's compositions of the 1980s, Rose's ability to spin out beautifully formed and continuously varying lines with great virtuosity is unhampered by her limited intervallic repertory, which is both the smallest and the most rigorously adhered to in the opera.
His second reason is much more profound: the unique intervallic content: a maximal number (4) of major thirds in addition to the same number (3 each) of minor seconds, minor thirds, and perfect fourths.
Thematic variation is not the echo of a primal rupture of the subject, but the ongoing bifurcation of subjectivity through a system of intervallic differentiation.
Moyle, Alice Marshall 1957, 'The intervallic structure of Australian Aboriginal singing', MA thesis, University of Sydney.
My approach to it really is very simple: it's a two-minute piece that draws from some of the intervallic distributions from, in particular, 'But who shall abide', 'He shall purify' and 'Oh thou that tellest', which have the same opening intervals.
By "forensic" he means analysis geared toward reconstructing the process of creating contrapuntal networks, particularly fuga and stretto fuga at various temporal and intervallic distances--whether in the presence or absence of borrowed material.
Rather, Debussy has constructed a virtuoso "etude" exploiting specific intervallic and technical aspects, and in this work we can observe what he inherited technically from his French predecessors Jean-Philippe Rameau and Francois Couperin.
Examples of these included certain aspects of performers' rhythmic timing (and time consciousness) and the intervallic structures of vocal melodies.
Often operating at fairly low dynamic levels, the piece nevertheless maintains a strong physical grip upon the listener, with its strong sense of rhythmic identity, its clear reliance upon striking intervallic patterns and its positive forward direction; the finale in particular moves towards a tremendously well-worked coda.