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Excerpt from The Juvenile Minstrel: A New System of Musical Notation, With a Choice Collection of Moral and Sacred Songs
If the voice is extended cit er above or below the octave, it will naturally pass over the same gradation of sounds and intervals, as far as the compass of the voice extends. For example, take any sound, and raise the voice by the regular intervals an octave - then descend the octave, by the' same steps, to the first sound taken - proceed an octave below - and you have a scale of two octaves in all respects similar, in each of which are eight sounds and seven natural intervals.
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bound: 212 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 19, 2017)
isbn: 0259567698, 978-0259567691,
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