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- cl****ifies scales as either hemitonic or anhemitonic. Hemitonic scales contain one or more semitones, while anhemitonic scales do not contain semitones. For...
- pentatonic scales: those with semitones (hemitonic) and those without (anhemitonic). Pentatonic scales occur in the following traditions: Peruvian Chicha...
- homogeneity for which that scale is known, and anhemitonic allowing the possibility that the resultant scale be anhemitonic or at least ancohemitonic itself. The...
- octave): common in Western folk music Pentatonic (5 notes per octave): the anhemitonic form (lacking semitones) is common in folk music, especially in Asian...
- τόνος (tónos), τονικός (tonikós), τονή (tonḗ), τάσις (tásis), ταινία anhemitonic, atelectasis, atonic, atritonic, barytone, catatonia, catatoniac, catatonic...
- The ritsu and ryo scales are anhemitonic pentatonic scales -- five-note scales without semitones -- used in a type of ****anese Buddhist chant called shōmyō...
- seconds or Major sevenths, is called hemitonic; one without semitones is anhemitonic. Harmonic semitones are an important part of Major seventh chords, giving...
- chord containing semitones is called hemitonic; one without semitones is anhemitonic. The minor second occurs in the major scale, between the third and fourth...
- hemeroby, hemerochora, hemerophile hemi- half Gr**** ἥμισυς (hḗmisus) anhemitonic, hemiballismus, hemicryptophyte, hemicube, hemicycle, hemidesmosome,...
- even note values, in a syllabic style. Often it begins in a different mode — most typically, an anhemitonic pentatonic scale — and then modulates ..."...
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