Finally, absolute pitch
is "the ability to identify a tone's pitch or to produce a tone at a particular pitch without the use of an external reference pitch", which might correspond conventionally with instantly identifying the 13th letter of the alphabet ('M') (Takeuchi & Hulse 1993).
Nusbaum's study does not use medications to train the brain to learn absolute pitch
has been "idealized in popular culture as a rare and desirable musical endowment, partly because several well-known composers, such as Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin and Handel, have been assumed to possess absolute pitch
," the researchers wrote.
Genome-wide study of families with absolute pitch
reveals linkage to 8q24.
Embedded with all the Absolute Pitch
performance tools, the new ASUS M4A785G HTPC motherboard ushers in anew generation in sound delivery.
In other words, Movable Do abandons any sense of absolute pitch
to achieve relative pitch.
different") on successive tones, though they may be able to identify these tones independent of context, so-called absolute pitch
Since absolute pitch
tends to congregate in families, researchers suspect there is a strong genetic component.
I'd wangled some car park passes, so we drove through the gate into absolute pitch
Palestrina's magnificent setting of the Stabat Mater , a severe test for any singers, taxed this highly accomplished group who found maintaining the absolute pitch
and subsequent colour a daunting task.
Essential aspects of musical sound, such as the numbers and types of voices and instruments participating in a performance, the application of words to melodies, the absolute pitch
level, and the nature of ornamentation added by performers, can be reconstructed only from careful analysis of scattered bits of evidence.
Untrained musical listeners lack recognitional capacities for musical properties (such as absolute pitch