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It is necessary therefore to collect the scanty notices which we possess bearing upon the tonality of Greek music.
It must be vain to attempt to discover the tonality of a short fragment which has neither beginning nor end.
This octave, however, represents merely the compass (ambitus or tessitura) of the melody: it has nothing to do with its tonality.
His emotional centre is in being sensitive to the feel of the place or to the tonality of the person.
INSTIGATIONSEZRA POUND
The melodic form of the scale can then be taught, and both forms practised to give plenty of freedom in the new tonality.
There were, no doubt, respecters of tonality also in Emanuel Bach's day, to whom such free measures must have seemed foolhardy.
In Claude Debussy's compositions, his system of harmony and tonality is intimately connected with these laws of natural harmonics.
The tonality rocks between F major to B flat major and G minor.
HANDELROMAIN ROLLAND
The Muff, that accessory of the toilet, ought to be in harmony with the general tonality and style of costume.
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The result is that the tonality is always a tone lower than the name of the instrument indicates.

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