**Interval** may refer to:

- Interval (mathematics), a range of numbers (formally, a type of subset of an ordered set)
- Interval measurements or interval variables in statistics is a level of measurement
- Interval (music), the relationship in pitch between two notes
- Interval (time), the duration between two events
- Space-time interval, the distance between two points in 4-space
- In cricket, the breaks in between play
- Interval training, in sports, a training technique often used by runners
- Interval Research Corporation, a defunct technology think tank founded by Paul Allen
- Intermission during a theatrical performance (used primarily in Great Britain)
*Interval*(1973 film), a 1973 film starring Merle Oberon*Intervals*(See You Next Tuesday album), 2008*Intervals*(Ahmad Jamal album), 1980

### Other articles related to "interval, intervals":

**interval**Tetrachord

... An all-

**interval**tetrachord is a tetrachord, a collection of four pitch classes, containing all six

**interval**classes ... There are only two possible all-

**interval**tetrachords ... The

**interval**vector for both all-

**interval**tetrachords is ...

... tritone (also Huygens' tritone) is the musical

**interval**with ratio 75 (582.51 cents) ... The inverse of that

**interval**, the greater septimal tritone (also Euler's tritone), is an

**interval**with ratio 107 (617.49 cents) ...

... First, the endpoints of the

**intervals**in I are sorted ... The elementary

**intervals**are obtained from that ... binary tree is built on the elementary

**intervals**, and for each node v it is determined the

**interval**Int(v) it represents ...

... tone, septimal major second, or supermajor second play is the musical

**interval**exactly or approximately equal to a 8/7 ratio of frequencies ... Although 24 equal temperament does not match this

**interval**particularly well, its nearest representation is at 250 cents, approximately 19 cents sharp ... The septimal whole tone may be derived from the harmonic series as the

**interval**between the seventh and eighth harmonics and the term septimal refers to the fact that it ...

### Famous quotes containing the word interval:

“I was interested to see how a pioneer lived on this side of the country. His life is in some respects more adventurous than that of his brother in the West; for he contends with winter as well as the wilderness, and there is a greater *interval* of time at least between him and the army which is to follow. Here immigration is a tide which may ebb when it has swept away the pines; there it is not a tide, but an inundation, and roads and other improvements come steadily rushing after.”

—Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

“[I have] been in love with one princess or another almost all my life, and I hope I shall go on so, till I die, being firmly persuaded, that if ever I do a mean action, it must be in some *interval* betwixt one passion and another.”

—Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)

“The yearning for an afterlife is the opposite of selfish: it is love and praise for the world that we are privileged, in this complex *interval* of light, to witness and experience.”

—John Updike (b. 1932)