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    Service, S. K., Gitshcier, J., Freimer, N. B. (1998). Absolute pitch: An approach for identification of genetic and nongenetic components. American Journal of Human Genetics, 62, 224-231. Retrieved 11/16/2004. Deutsch, D. (1985). Dichotic listening to melodic patterns and its relationship to hemispheric specialization of function. Music Perception, 3, (2), 127-154. Gregersen, P.K. (1998). Instant recognition: The gentics of pitch perception. American Journal of Human Genetics, 62, 221-223. Retrieved

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    language, since it is the relationship between pitches rather than the absolute pitch that is used to convey intonational and lexical meaning. Most adult humans are also effortlessly able to recognize two versions of a melody as the same if all intervals between its notes are preserved, even when the starting pitch is different. In contrast, songbirds show a tendency to perceive sound in terms of absolute rather than relative pitch (Hulse & Cynx, 1985). While this difference has long been thought to reflect

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    my fingers against the seams and gripping the ball in a multitude of ways, imagining I was Nolan Ryan trying to select which pitch I would throw. Unfortunately however, instead of learning to throw the greatest curveball known to man, my dad told me that I first, would need to learn the proper mechanics of pitching as well as the most instrumental—and most fundamental—pitch; the fastball. My dad instructed me that I was to watch this little blue cassette called “Teaching the Mechanics of the Major

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    is a term that describes the number of waves, or vibrations, that pass a given point per second (Stenstedt 28). It is inversely proportional to the wavelength, which is the distance of one wave cycle. Frequency can be evaluated in the pitch of a tone: a higher pitch has a higher frequency. A simple tone has constant frequency and amplitude, and its graph is similar to a sine curve. Tones that are more complicated result from combinations of several simple curves. The smallest pure tone frequency in

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    Playing the Flute

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    compromise a good brand name for cost, beginning flutists can get away with buying a student flute. Student flutes differ from professional flutes in that professional flutes are open-holed. Rather than having so... ... middle of paper ... ... pitch, and embouchure. It’s merely the mastery of these three principles that requires practice and patience. The reward is understanding how to play what is, in my opinion, the most beautiful of band instruments. The enemy is discouragement. Yet as

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    what, as the ball goes right by. I am not happy about being just another statistic in the score books, as I have been fooled by the “junk” as some in the game would call that pitch. But I do know one thing, there is no illusion there. As you are up to the plate, battling a pitcher with a good curveball, you know that the pitch coming right at you will get you to first base with a good feeling that you are a base runner instead of a strike out victim.

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    factors to pay attention to during the performance. Important things to listen for are the pitch, scale, timbre, tone quality, rhythm, melody, and form. While listening to the Marching Band the pitch of the performance varied. At some moments during the performance the pitch would sound low and that is when the bass instruments are heard. The pitch sounded high when the other instruments joined. Using a standard pitch enables a large number of instruments to be played together with out sounding out of

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    Perfect pitch (AP) is the exceptional ability to create or identify a musical tone without using an external reference. This is often seen as an extraordinary skill, but is has been linked with some disabilities. Autism, or ASD, is one of those linked disabilities. This study will determine whether or not autistic traits will show in individuals with AP. In this study, 50 participants were chosen to be apart of the research: 16 musicians with AP, 18 musicians without AP, and 16 non-musicians. Those

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    completely different from what I had expected, but by viewing and touching it first hand, my ability to convey to people what I was offering improved dramatically. Once I viewed the device, I felt more confident to adlib on the sales pitch. In a couple of weeks reading my hybrid pitch led to a higher rate of sales. People were more apt to buy from someone who sounded like a person and less like a robot. My sales steadily improved and in my third month I was the number one sales person out of over 200 employees

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    Boston

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    faithful that have made the trip from the big apple, and the familiar guitar from AC/DC’s “Thunderstruck” blaring from the PA system. Just before Pedro's last warm-up, the catcher yells “throwin’ it down!” to signify that this is the last warm-up pitch. Pedro winds up, and hurls the ball, right into the catchers waiting glove. The catcher then fires the ball to the 3rd baseman, who in turn twirls and tosses it to the 2nd baseman. He tosses it the 1st baseman, Brian Daubauch...

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