tonality

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tonalite
tonlama
resimde renk uygunluğu
{i} renk uyumu
{i} ton özelliği [müz.]
tonculuk
(Muzik) eksen özelliği
(İnşaat) ton (renk)
(İnşaat) renk tonu
ton özelliği
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A sound of specific pitch and quality; timbre
The system of seven tones built on a tonic key; the 24 major and minor scales
The interrelation of the tones in a painting
The quality of all the tones in a composition heard in relation to the tonic
key; the organization of the pitches of a piece of music around a tonal center, or tonic
A single color or hue that dominates the entire color structure despite the presence of other colors
The principal of organizing a work around a central tonic, or home pitch, based on a major or minor scale Harmony
Denotes the presence of a central key in a musical composition If the music moves to a different key (see modulation), it is expected to return to the original key (called the tonic) Tonality gives the ear a "center," providing a context in which melody and harmony have "meaning " Atonality (prevalent in some 20th century music) is music without any central key
{i} relations between the tones of a musical scale, key; color scheme
The use or presence of a recognizable diatonic tonal center, or key The process of establishing a tonal center is central to maintaining musical coherence and preventing listener confusion See Section 3 23
The term used to describe the organization of the melodic and harmonic elements to give a feeling of a key center or a tonic pitch
The key signature used in a musical composition
A single colour or hue that dominates the entire colour structure despite the presence of other colours
In music, the quality of an instrument's tone, often related to the key in which the music is written In audio, mistakenly used in place of "Tonal Quality "
In music, the organization of all tones and chords of a piece in relation to the first tone of a key
any of 24 major or minor diatonic scales that provide the tonal framework for a piece of music
Tonality is the presence of a musical key in a piece of music. tonalities the character of a piece of music that depends on the key of the music and the way in which the tunes and harmonies are combined. Organization of music around a single pitch; more specifically, the Western system of keys that grew out of the modal music of the Renaissance in the 17th century. The term is often used to refer to the network of relationships implicit in the seven principal tones of a given key, each of which has the potential to become the tonic temporarily by means of modulation, whereby a new network of relationships arises. Because of its capacity to extend pitch relationships to remote lengths in an audibly comprehensible way, the tonal system permits the composition of music of great complexity
This is a central key in a musical composition If the music moves to a different key (see modulation), it is expected to return to the original key (called the tonic) Tonality gives the listener a "center," providing a context in which melody and harmony have "meaning " Atonal music, popular in the 20th century, has no tonal center
The principle of key in music; the character which a composition has by virtue of the key in which it is written, or through the family relationship of all its tones and chords to the keynote, or tonic, of the whole
The term used to describe the organization of the melodic and harmonic elements to give a feeling of a key centre or a tonic pitch
The feeling of centrality of one note (and its chord) to a passage of music; as opposed to atonality
the recognition of a specific key within a musical work
Refers to music that favors a keynote or tonic See Root
The relationship between notes of the scale and the chords that are built on them
tonality