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Harmonic Series Intervals

Harmonic Series Intervals




Johannes Brahms

Public Domain

Gustav Mahler

Public Domain

Image credits

By Yair Haklai

Monument of Ludwig van Beethoven at Beethovenplatz.


"Johannes Brahms" by C. Brasch, Berlinl.

Public Domain.

"Johann Sebastian Bach" by Elias Gottlob Haussmann.

Public Domain.

"Gustav Mahler" by Either Aimé Dupont's (1842–1900)[1] wife, Madame Etta Greer, or their son Albert Dupont. Photoprint copyrighted by the studio A. Dupont, N.Y.

Public Domain.

"Harmonic series intervals"

Created by Hyacinth (talk) using Sibelius

CC-BY-SA 3.0


This LibGuide is designed to introduce you to the basic resources you will need to be a successful music student in Jordan College of the Arts' School of Music.

The resources on this guide do not constitute an exhaustive list.  They have been selected as a representative sampling designed to help get you started in your research.

Specifically, this Guide will help you to find basic research tools, scores and audio-visual resources.  It also will provide you with information about the relevant style (i.e. citiation) manuals for music:  Chicago and Turabian.

JCA Prezi Tour

Press (twice) the icon pictured below, on the left side of the presentation, to open the presentation.



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