## The Dynamical Theory of Sound |

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION ART PAQB 1 Simple Vibrations and Pure Tones | 1 |

Musical Notes | 3 |

Musical Intervals Diatonic Scale | 5 |

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accordingly acoustics adiabatic amplitude aperture approximately arbitrary assume axis coefficients constant corresponding curvature curve cylinder denote determined dimensions direction displacement dissipation distance disturbing force double source effect elasticity element equal equation of motion equilibrium finite fluid flux forced vibration formula free vibrations frequency function given harmonic Helmholtz Hence Hooke's law inertia infinitely initial instant integral interval kinetic energy length Lord Rayleigh maxima and minima membrane nodal lines nodes normal modes obtained origin oscillations particle pendulum period periodic function phase pipe piston pitch plane waves position potential energy pressure radius ratio represented resonator respectively result shewn shews simple-harmonic vibrations small compared solution sound sphere spherical stress string suppose surface symmetrical temperature tension theorem theory tones tube tuning fork uniform varies velocity velocity of sound velocity-potential viscosity wave-length wave-system wave-velocity whence whilst zero