String Quartet No. 17, Movement 1 - Score

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Therefore, when it is right-way up it lowers the note, and when it is upside-down it raises the note. I should point out that the overtone series is notated with fewer accidentals than the undertone series, and this arises from notational convenience. For example, the undertone of the seventh partial must act on the pitch lower by one syntonic comma than its diatonic equivalent because it is the inverse of that pitch in the diatonic scale, as shown in Example 6.

Example 7. Johnston, String Quartet No. This goal is problematic: quite a few common tonal progressions act as comma pumps. A comma pump arises whenever a succession of notes cannot be justly tuned to one another without a comma arising along the way, either within the succession of pitches or between the first and the last pitch.

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This progression cannot be tuned justly without one interval being a syntonic comma mistuned or else the progression will modulate by one syntonic comma. We can very clearly hear that the final C in the first violin in Example 7 is not tuned as an exact octave of the middle C in the cello. Rather, the interval between the two Cs is an octave narrowed by a syntonic comma. Example 7 also shows this passage on a 5-limit Tonnetz.


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Rather than skipping from D- minor to G major within the diatonic scale, which would return us to the original tuning of the pitch C, we step outside the limits of the diatonic collection to a C that is lower by one syntonic comma. This is a drift solution to the problem: rather than burying the mistuned interval somewhere inside the progression to privilege the correctness of the octave between starting and ending pitch, we drift away by a syntonic comma. Another solution might have been to shift the tuning of a pitch as the music goes by, but would result in an interval within the succession being mistuned by a syntonic comma.

His notation also makes it possible to pinpoint any pitch on a dimensional Tonnetz using prime factors up to 31 and so opens the possibility of new, just-intoned sonorities. All of these pitches are rooted to a single referent notationally, which means that modulations to distant keys result in a very busy score.

For example, the key of C 7 would need a 7 accidental on every pitch of its diatonic scale. The musical problem is that the four movements of String Quartet No. We might unpack why this is a problem.

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We have already seen that Johnston believes many parameters of music to be fundamentally rhythmic in nature. There are in music three possible levels of rhythmic organization, each of which is perceived in a distinctly different manner. Johnston a , 4.

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