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Two general observations are offered in advance of the attempted detailed descriptions of the particular effects produced by the performance of a musical work. The first of these is that each note, when sounded or sung, produces in addition to wide-ranging effects, a typical form in superphysical matter. These forms are colured by the way the sound is produced, and the size of the form is decided by the length of time in which a note is sounded or sung.... In the playing or singing of an air or tune, these successive note-forms are linked together whilst the sequence is interconnected. A break in the performance of the sequence produces a break in the hitherto conjoined succession of note-forms. I have named this phenomenon, "Song-Ribbon," even though the same phenomenon is produced whenever an air is played on a musical instrument. The variations is shape, however, are much more observble when the notes are personally sung. Hence my choice of name for the phenomenon.
(Music Forms, p.19 - A Clairvoyant Study of Music)
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