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By Jürgen Meyer

ISBN-10: 0387095160

ISBN-13: 9780387095165

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Naturally, because of the high pitched tone location of this passage, the tone color cannot be called dark, rather it resembles the Rohr-Flo¨te of an organ. The theme is played by the horn (in F) beginning from the C5 in C-major. The two Score example 1 M. Ravel, Bolero, measure 131 ff. 2 Frequency- and Level: Structures 33 (in octaves) piccolo-flutes supplement the spectrum of the horn by a strengthening of the 3rd and 5th partials by playing the theme starting from G6 and E7 in G-major or E-major respectively.

As long as more energy is provided than used, the amplitude rises. Only when an equilibrium is reached between the input energy on the one hand and the absorbed and radiated energy on the other hand will the oscillation reach its ultimate strength. 3 Time Structures 39 tuning fork on the corpus of a violin: the loudest volume is reached slowly after a gentle transition. , the shorter will be the duration of the starting transient. Thus damping plays an important role during the attack for an instrument.

In all this, high tonal contributions with fast initial transients have the effect of suggesting a precise attack, similar to articulation in speech, while starting transients which are too slow, are perceived as a poor attack for the instrument. Inasmuch as the amplitude during the starting transient rises very quickly initially, but then reaches its final value only with relatively small intensity increase, and since furthermore, this final value is difficult to determine precisely due to the appearance of fluctuations, the literature usually specifies the time by which the sound pressure level has reached a value 3 dB below the stationary state as the duration of the starting transient (Luce and Clark, 1965; Melka, 1970).

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