An interaction between two or more pitches or frequencies in which they combine to form a smooth, uninterrupted sound In mathematical terms, they vibrate or oscillate in symetrical relationships that provide mutual reinforcement, and their frequencies form a simple ratio
Intervallic relationships which produce sounds of repose Frequently associated with octave, third and sixth intervals; however, fourths and fifths may be sounds of consonance, as in both early and 20th-century music
A pleasing combination of sounds; sounds in agreement with tone Also, the close repetition of the same end consonants of stressed syllables with differing vowel sounds, such as boat and night, or the words drunk and milk in the final line of Coleridge's "Kubla Khan " Sidelight: Consonance most often occurs within a line When used at line ends in place of rhyme, as in the words, cool and soul, in the third stanza of Emily Dickinson's "He Fumbles at your Spirit," it is sometimes referred to as consonantal rhyme to differentiate it from perfect rhyme and other types of near rhyme (See also Euphony, Modulation, Resonance, Sound Devices) (Compare Alliteration, Assonance, Rhyme)
sometimes just a resemblance in sound between two words, or an initial or head rhyme like alliteration, but also refined to mean shared consonants, whether in sequence ("bud" and "bad") or reversed ("bud" and "dab")
The simultaneous sounding of two or more tones which produce an effect of stability or harmoniousness Exactly which combinations of tones are considered consonant varies considerably among different cultures and has changed considerably during the history of Western music Definitions of consonance may also be found in acoustical theories from Pythagoras to Helmholtz Intervals the distance from one note to another] considered consonant in the common practice of tonal music are unisons, octaves, perfect fifths and fourths, and both major and minor sixths
An accord of sounds sweet and pleasing to the ear as opposed to dissonance Perfect consonances are the perfect fourth, fifth, and octave, imperfect consonances are the major and minor thirds and sixths Search Google com for Consonance
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