intervallic

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intervall(um) +‎ -ic

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intervallic ‎(comparative more intervallic, superlative most intervallic)

  1. (music) Of, or pertaining to, intervals.
    • 1979, Joel Flegler, Fanfare, volume 3, issues 1–3, page 161 (self-published)
      The two Integrations of 1967 are the most intervallic of the selections here, emphasizing minor ninths and “minor” fifths (13 quarter tones), and, in the second Integration, setting up simultaneous “rotations” of descending and ascending “minor” fifths.

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