Definition of Harmonic interval. Meaning of Harmonic interval. Synonyms of Harmonic interval
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Definition of Harmonic interval
Harmonic intervalHarmonic Har*mon"ic, Harmonical Har*mon"ic*al, a. [L.
harmonicus, Gr. ?; cf. F. harmonique. See Harmony.]
1. Concordant; musical; consonant; as, harmonic sounds.
Harmonic twang! of leather, horn, and brass. --Pope.
2. (Mus.) Relating to harmony, -- as melodic relates to
melody; harmonious; esp., relating to the accessory sounds
or overtones which accompany the predominant and apparent
single tone of any string or sonorous body.
3. (Math.) Having relations or properties bearing some
resemblance to those of musical consonances; -- said of
certain numbers, ratios, proportions, points, lines.
motions, and the like.
Harmonic interval (Mus.), the distance between two notes of
a chord, or two consonant notes.
Harmonical mean (Arith. & Alg.), certain relations of
numbers and quantities, which bear an analogy to musical
Meaning of Harmonic interval from wikipedia
this period. hermann
a harmonically consonant interval
as one in which
the two pitches
have an upper partial
- vibrating tuning
fork (usually of a different
a specific harmonic
interval), onto a wall, resulting
in a lissajous
figure. this led to the invention
- form a melodic
interval. when they occur
simultaneously, they form a harmonic
stop power chord harmonic series
- the major seventh
was used increasingly
both as a melodic
and a harmonic
of the second viennese
and supertonic, and showing
the english preference
for the harmonic interval
of the third. 'wycombe [wi****be, ?whichbury, winche****be], w. de'
- bottle. the eight-holed flute
can play 'all harmonic intervals
and two registers.' these harmonic intervals
are said to be a 'function of culture' and
- also be heard between notes
that are near to, but not exactly, a harmonic
interval, due to some harmonic
of the first
with a harmonic
- (c-d-e-f), but is 'incomposite' when it occurs
as a melodic
leap or harmonic
tones. one 20th-century interpretation