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" in his investigation on musical quality, which resulted in the conclusion that " differences in musical quality of tone depend solely on the presence and strength of partial tones, and in no respect on the differences of phase under which these partial... "
Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science - Page 80
by American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1889
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On the sensations of tone as a physiological basis for the theory of music ...

Hermann Ludwig F. von Helmholtz - 1875
...changes in the strength of one of the simple tones. Hence we are able to lay down the important law that differences in musical quality of tone depend...partial tones, and in no respect on the differences in phase under which these partial tones enter into composition. It must be here observed that we are...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 130

1876
...doubt. By means of such analytical and synthetical researches it has been placed now beyond any doubt that differences in musical quality of tone depend...and strength of partial tones, and in no respect, as has been supposed, on the differences in the phase of vibration under which these partial tones...
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From Lyre to Muse: A History of the Aboriginal Union of Music and Poetry

J. Donovan - Music - 1890 - 208 pages
...and of this only, to the ear and the mind. "The differences," was the strictly logical conclusion, " in musical quality of tone depend solely on the presence...partial tones, and in no respect on the differences in phase under which these partial tones enter into composition " (Chap. vi.). Phase makes no difference...
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Physics: Advanced Course

George Frederick Barker - Physics - 1892 - 902 pages
...the same quality of tone." In other 256 puyares. words, that " differences in musical quality of toue depend solely on the presence and strength of partial...which these partial tones enter into composition." Koeuig, on the other hand, seems to have shown experimentally that differences of phase do produce...
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Sound and Music

John Augustine Zahm - Music - 1892 - 452 pages
...portion of a compound tone depends on the number and relative intensity of its partial simple tones, and on the differences of phase under which these partial tones enter into composition. Here I must call your attention to a remarkable mathematical confirmation of the truth of what has...
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Sound and music

John Augustine Zahm - Music - 1892 - 452 pages
...portion of a compound tone depends on the number and relative "intensity of its partial simple tones, and on the differences of phase under which these partial tones enter into composition. Here I must call your attention to a remarkable mathematical confirmation of the truth of what has...
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Physics: Advanced Course

George Frederick Barker - Physics - 1893 - 902 pages
...also that " different forms of vibration may correspond to the same quality of tone." In other words, that " differences in musical quality of tone depend...the presence and strength of partial tones, and in uo respect on the differences of phase under which these partial tones enter into composition." Koeuig,...
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Masters of medicine, Volume 4

1899
...thus the phase is altered. Helmholtz stated the result as follows :' Differences in musical quality depend solely on the presence and strength of partial tones, and in no respect on the difference in phase under which these partial tones enter into composition.' This statement has been...
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Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences, Volumes 6-7

Science - 1887
...difference in quality as a consequence of this variation in phase. His conclusion, therefore, was that the "differences in musical quality of tone depend solely...partial tones, and in no respect on the differences in phase under which these partial tones enter into composition." If this unexpected conclusion be...
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