- con·so·nance (k n s -n ns). n. 1.
- In search of musical fitness on consonance
- The fitness the authors were in search for was about musical consonance. consonance/dissonance, operated automatically on musical compositions.
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- VINYL SECTION. HI-FI WORLD NOVEMBER 2009 www.hi-fiworld.
- Individual Differences Reveal the Basis of Consonance
- Jun 8, 2010 Some combinations of musical notes are consonant.
- INFANTS' PERCEPTION OF CONSONANCE AND DISSONANCE IN
- exposing 4 month old infants to consonant and dissonant versions of two melodies.
- Sweet Music to your Nerves
- Recent research suggests that the sensation of harmony, or "consonance," is not simply the result of the way sound waves combine; it arises from the processing of sound into electrical signals.
- HC refuses to entertain plea for designating place for protest
- The prayer has to be in consonance with your pleading," a bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justice Sanjiv Khanna said, following which the counsel for petitioner Abhishek Jain withdrew his plea.
- 17th NCPW celebration focus on youth involvement in crime prevention
- Lawyer Deogenes Agellon, chief, Technical Services Division of Napolcom-4A stated this year's observance focuses on youth or children in consonance with the International Year of the Youth and 12th International Youth Day celebration last month.
- Consonance | Define Consonance at Dictionary.com
- Consonance definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
- Consonance is the repetition of consonant sounds, but not vowels, as in assonance.
- Consonance: The SF Bay Area's Filk Con
- San Francisco Bay area's annual convention, usually in March.
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