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Incomposite

Incomposite In`com*pos"ite, a. [L. incompositus. See Composite.] Not composite; uncompounded; simple. Incomposite numbers. See Prime numbers, under Prime.

Incomposite In`com*pos"ite, a. [L. incompositus. See Composite.] Not composite; uncompounded; simple. Incomposite numbers. See Prime numbers, under Prime.

- An incomposite interval (Ancient Gr****: διάστημα ἀσύνθετον; German: ungeteilte Intervall, einfache Intervall) is a concept in the Ancient Gr**** theory...

- various schemes. For example: Composite lines (lines forming an angle) Incomposite lines Determinate (lines that do not extend indefinitely, such as the...

- (εἶδος) and skhēma (σχῆμα), defined as "a change in the arrangement of incomposite [intervals] making up a compound magnitude while the number and size...

- movement of 3 or more semitones. In other scales an augmented second—an incomposite step equivalent to 3 semitones—and/or a diminished third—a skip of 2...

- adjacent notes (such as C and D) and therefore they are regarded as incomposite intervals. In other words, they cannot be divided into smaller intervals...

- cents) Breedsma (0.72 cents) Ragisma (0.4 cents) Measurement Cent Centitone Millioctave Savart Others Wolf Ditone Semiditone Secor Incomposite interval...

- cents) Breedsma (0.72 cents) Ragisma (0.4 cents) Measurement Cent Centitone Millioctave Savart Others Wolf Ditone Semiditone Secor Incomposite interval...

- cents) Breedsma (0.72 cents) Ragisma (0.4 cents) Measurement Cent Centitone Millioctave Savart Others Wolf Ditone Semiditone Secor Incomposite interval...

- cents) Breedsma (0.72 cents) Ragisma (0.4 cents) Measurement Cent Centitone Millioctave Savart Others Wolf Ditone Semiditone Secor Incomposite interval...

- the composite of the two smaller intervals is less than the remaining (incomposite) interval, the three-note group is called the pyknón (from pyknós, meaning...

- various schemes. For example: Composite lines (lines forming an angle) Incomposite lines Determinate (lines that do not extend indefinitely, such as the...

- (εἶδος) and skhēma (σχῆμα), defined as "a change in the arrangement of incomposite [intervals] making up a compound magnitude while the number and size...

- movement of 3 or more semitones. In other scales an augmented second—an incomposite step equivalent to 3 semitones—and/or a diminished third—a skip of 2...

- adjacent notes (such as C and D) and therefore they are regarded as incomposite intervals. In other words, they cannot be divided into smaller intervals...

- cents) Breedsma (0.72 cents) Ragisma (0.4 cents) Measurement Cent Centitone Millioctave Savart Others Wolf Ditone Semiditone Secor Incomposite interval...

- cents) Breedsma (0.72 cents) Ragisma (0.4 cents) Measurement Cent Centitone Millioctave Savart Others Wolf Ditone Semiditone Secor Incomposite interval...

- cents) Breedsma (0.72 cents) Ragisma (0.4 cents) Measurement Cent Centitone Millioctave Savart Others Wolf Ditone Semiditone Secor Incomposite interval...

- cents) Breedsma (0.72 cents) Ragisma (0.4 cents) Measurement Cent Centitone Millioctave Savart Others Wolf Ditone Semiditone Secor Incomposite interval...

- the composite of the two smaller intervals is less than the remaining (incomposite) interval, the three-note group is called the pyknón (from pyknós, meaning...

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