Ian Quinn

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The practice of singing dates back to the beginnings of human history and represents the convergence of two similar systems: language and music. Within these two systems, the fields of linguistic prosody and musical meter each use the temporal domain to express their underlying structure. At times, these expressional requirements differ, necessitating(More)
A to C, and movie S4). This central feature of Western counterpoint is made possible by composers_ interest in the harmonic property of acoustic consonance. A chord with duplicate pitch classes is permutationally symmetrical (P-symmetrical) because there is some nontrivial permutation of its notes that is a trivial voice leading. These chords lie on the(More)
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