The second difficulty relates to Plato's conception of harmonics.
Fiddle in harmonics as it may, it will have these gratifications at all costs.
Some musical instruments are richer in these harmonics than others.
In the third there are double shakes in harmonics, which Guhr explains.
The harmonic series consists of the harmonics from the 1st to the 8th.
The same of music and other harmonics which may come to us through the sense of hearing.
This difference in the timbre is due to harmonics or overtones.
The majority of students have trouble with their harmonics, because they do not practice them in this way.
These thin strings served another purpose—the easy production of harmonics.
There are three variations, the second being almost throughout in harmonics, single and double, and excessively difficult.