HARMONIUM^THE methods described depend upon the principle that the absolute frequencies of vibration of two musical notes can be deduced from the interval between them, ie, the ratio of their frequencies, and the number of beats which they occasion in... The Theory of Sound - Page 82by John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - 1894 - 984 pagesFull view - About this book
| Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1879
...HARMONIUM^THE methods described depend upon the principle that the absolute frequencies of vibration **of two musical notes can be deduced from the interval...is an equal temperament major third, we know that y** — i '25992 x. At the same time the number of beats heard in a second, depending upon the deviation... | |
| James Samuelson, Henry Lawson, William Sweetland Dallas - Science - 1879
...Association by Lord Rayleigh. It depends on the principle that the absolute frequencies of vibration **of two musical notes can be deduced from the interval...example, if x and y denote the frequencies of two** notex whose interval is an equal temperament nitijor third, we know that y ^ l'26992r. At the same... | |
| John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - Sound - 1894 - 984 pages
...manner originally proposed by T. Young2. 68 d. The methods hitherto described for the deter1ninatiou **of absolute pitch, with the exception of that of Scheibler,...is an equal temperament major third, we know that y** = 1 '25992 x. At the same time the number of beats heard in a second depending upon the deviation of... | |
| Robert T. Beyer - Science - 1999 - 444 pages
...that of Sauveur from the previous century. As Rayleigh put it, the absolute frequencies of vibration **of two musical notes can be deduced from the interval...they occasion in a given time when sounded together.** [70] The degree of Rayleigh's concentration and patience can be appreciated when we recall that, in... | |
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