harmonic range

harmonic range

[här¦män·ik ′rānj]
(mathematics)
The configuration of four collinear points which are harmonic conjugates.
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So it was quite a dynamic upturn in harmonic range when Chrysta Bell returned to join the band for a fabulous cover of Sonny Cher's Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) set over some loping funk from the rhythm section.
Elli Some of the folky themes are still there in her music but the harmonic range has increased considerably, as has the sound of the band which now puts the accent on more electricity: Galvin restricts himself to Fender Rhodes and Hammond, Chaplin has always concentrated on electric bass and Jurd adds synth sounds as well.
To compensate the distortion in the system, passive filters were used and while using the passive filters particular harmonic range is only eliminated.
Low frequency percent flicker (LFPF): The Percent Flicker of the signal [X.sub.trunc](t) which is composed of only the low frequency harmonic range of index.
The choir used the space to great effect, especially for Tavener's Hymn to the Mother of God and his Funeral Ikos, but the lasting memory will be the extraordinary harmonic range and depth of sound which inspired these composers to write for the Orthodox liturgy.
In the introduction, Graziano and Swenson-Eldridge describe the style and structure of Hommann's pieces in some detail, noting the influence of quartets by Joseph Haydn and Beethoven before going on to describe more progressive aspects, particularly in Hommann's harmonic range "that seems to have more kinship with early-nineteenth-century opera than the chamber music of the time" (p.