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Harmonic Series Intervals

Harmonic Series Intervals

Beethoven

Beethoven

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Johannes Brahms

Public Domain

Gustav Mahler

Public Domain

Image credits

By Yair Haklai

Monument of Ludwig van Beethoven at Beethovenplatz.

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"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

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Welcome!

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.

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