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|Title:||The effect of melodic symmetry on need for resolution ratings for musical intervals|
|Authors:||Maher, Timothy F.|
Jairazbhoy, Nazir A.
|Publisher:||Sangeet Natak Akademi, New Delhi|
|Abstract:||For each of the four melodic contexts, J2 two-tailed I-tests were performed to determine whether any of the static context-to-melodic context changes in mean restlessness ratings for terminal notes was statistically reliable. It has been repeatedly demonstrated that musical intervals, tonal dyads having slightly different component-tone vibration-frequency ratios, have widely disparate psychological effects.|
|Appears in Collections:||No.045 [July-September 1977]|
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