harmonic sequence

harmonic sequence

[här‚män·ik ′sē·kwəns]
(mathematics)
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The two styles of dresses are embroidered and joined to the jewels but are still free to fall in a Symphony and Arpeggio just like in classical music where the notes are played in harmonic sequence.
Deleting single chords from a harmonic sequence often has only a minor effect on the harmonic quality of the whole sequence.
Keywords and Phrases: Gruss inequality, Trapezoid inequality, Perturbed trapezoid inequality, Harmonic sequence of polynomials, n-convex function.
According to him, the harmonic sequence is "perfect" and compares the experience of listening to the progression to a roller coaster.
The merry swirl of harmonic sequences, however, suggested the kind of devoted coterie in Marais' court musician life.
In these seven gripping tracks (the recorded acoustic too close for some tastes) we hear hints of Satie (not least the multi-textured collage of Parade), Stravinsky, American minimalist composers and harmonic sequences with suspensions worthy of Bach.
Harmonic sequences elicited a distinct magnetic response in participants' brains, the scientists report.
Near the end of this section, he takes up simple forms (binary, rounded binary, ternary, rondo) and harmonic sequences.
Leonard Horowitz, a Harvard graduate and public health authority, spent three years researching the six tones that physicists and musicians say include harmonic sequences similar to those found in the "wedding march.
Leonard Horowitz -- a Harvard graduate and public health authority -- spent three years researching the six tones that physicists and musicians alike recognize as "an extremely unique interrelated series of mathematical and electromagnetic sound frequencies that include harmonic sequences similar to those found in the 'wedding march.
The harmonic style is also conservative, often relying on descending scalar bass lines and reserving cadences principally for the mediant and end of each verse, in contrast to concertato psalms of the period, which rely heavily on melodic and harmonic sequences articulated by frequent cadences.
An extended chapter provides ten formulas to play ascending and descending harmonic sequences, the descending version sometimes being a retrograde of the ascending one.