Definition of Intervallic

1. Adjective. (music) Of, or pertaining to, intervals. ¹



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Definition of Intervallic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intervallic

intervacuum
interval
interval cycle
interval operation
interval scale
interval variable
interval variables
intervale
intervalence
intervales
intervalic
intervalley
intervallic (current term)
intervalometer
intervalometers
intervals
intervaried
intervaries
intervarietal
intervarsities
intervarsity
intervary
intervarying
intervascular
intervasion
intervasions
intervehicle

Literary usage of Intervallic

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1. Mind and Voice: Principles and Methods in Vocal Training by Samuel Silas Curry (1910)
"The development of intervallic agility is of infinite importance in speech. Its mastery is easy to one who will simply and definitely practice poetry, ..."

2. Foundations of Expression: Studies and Problems for Developing the Voice by Samuel Silas Curry (1907)
"intervallic AGILITY. The first thing to secure is agility in change of pitch. ... intervallic agility in speech is dependent upon a certain mental ..."

3. Thrice-greatest Hermes: Studies in Hellenistic Theosophy and Gnosis by Hermes (1906)
"And still further (7), that there were besides the 4 main divisions 12 intervallic ones. This introduces an element of uncertainty, for, ..."

4. Stability and Variation in Hopi Song by George List (1993)
"... that of the intervallic relationship within the segments and that of the intervallic relationship between the end of one segment and the beginning of ..."

5. Aristoxenou Harmonika stoicheia =: The harmonics of Aristoxenus by Aristoxenus, Henry Stewart Macran (1902)
"The above proposition is often the object of perplexity on account of the ambiguous character of the intervallic magnitudes. ' How,' it is asked in surprise ..."

6. Afro-American Folksongs: A Study in Racial and National Music by Henry Edward Krehbiel (1914)
"That appears to me to be amply proved by the paucity of melody in the songs of the Indians, their adherence to a stereotyped intervallic formula, ..."

7. Aristoxenoy Armonika Stoicheia: The Harmonics of Aristoxenus by Aristoxenus, Henry Stewart Macran (1902)
"The above proposition is often the object of perplexity on account of the ambiguous character of the intervallic magnitudes. ' How,' it is asked in surprise ..."

8. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove (1908)
"Other common, though not invariable attributes of the Volkslied were a diatonic intervallic progression, the reiteration of one note, a limited compass, ..."

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