### Some articles on *intervals, interval*:

**Intervals**

... two or more notes played simultaneously that are certain

**intervals**apart with respect to the chord root ... The following table shows the labels given to these

**intervals**and the respective notes for each of the twelve keys ... As explained above, chord notation provides a shorthand for

**intervals**, not actual notes ...

... Given two frequencies a and b, the measurement of the

**interval**between them in millioctaves can be calculated by Likewise, if you know a note b and ...

... Let S be a set of

**intervals**, or segments ... pm be the list of distinct

**interval**endpoints, sorted from left to right ... The regions of this partitioning are called elementary

**intervals**...

### Famous quotes containing the word intervals:

“It can be demonstrated that the child’s contact with the real world is strengthened by his periodic excursions into fantasy. It becomes easier to tolerate the frustrations of the real world and to accede to the demands of reality if one can restore himself at *intervals* in a world where the deepest wishes can achieve imaginary gratification.”

—Selma H. Fraiberg (20th century)

“What is most striking in the Maine wilderness is the continuousness of the forest, with fewer open *intervals* or glades than you had imagined. Except the few burnt lands, the narrow *intervals* on the rivers, the bare tops of the high mountains, and the lakes and streams, the forest is uninterrupted.”

—Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

“We say that every man is entitled to be valued by his best moment. We measure our friends so. We know, they have *intervals* of folly, whereof we take no heed, but wait the reappearings of the genius, which are sure and beautiful.”

—Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)