chordal


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chord·al

(kōr'dăl),
Relating to any chorda or cord, especially to the notochord.

chordal

adjective Referring or pertaining to the notochord; notochordal.

chord·al

(kōr'dăl)
Relating to any chorda or cord, especially the notochord.

chordal

(kor′dăl)
Pert. to chorda, esp. the notochord.
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Secondly, from the viewpoint of Stanley's freeness characterization based on (non-signed) chordal graphs, it is reasonable to expect that extending non-signed graphs to signed graphs gives a natural generalization of Stanley's theory, and the corresponding multiplicities are actually of the above type.
Both genres do feature chordal writing with clear declamation of the text, but Cummings stresses one type of madrigal, Verdelot's settings of Machiavelli's poetry inserted between acts of the comedies La Clizia and La Mandragola.
The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Piano Chords" really packs an educational punch and will be helpful, not only to those trying to learn chordal techniques themselves, but will also be of great assistance to those who teach these concepts to others.
The implication is that the two scenarios will be identical, that whatever variations are presented in the second will be based on the same chordal structure as the first.
From the moment of their chordal fusion in classical Greece," he writes, "a tension has always existed among personal, civic and sovereignal freedoms.
Point density, or the increment between points used to define the surface, is based on chordal deviation.
The wind duly shone in crisp responses to the heavy chordal announcements.
The XW-G1 also includes nine built-in tracks for drums, basses, synths and chordal parts, four controller tracks for adding panning, filter changes and other animation to existing parts and eight patterns that make up each sequence.
The book includes downloadable MP3 (or computer) accompaniment tracks featuring jazz, Latin American, harp and chordal styles of music.
In the third and fourth movements it was fun to see four tympanists all playing at the same time to create an unusual tympanic chordal background.
A guitarist with a flawless technique and imaginative chordal approach, Jack Wilkins has been astounding jazz fans since the early 1970s, playing at the highest level on the international scene and collaborating with many of the greats including Chet Baker, Sarah Vaughan, Bob Brookmeyer, Buddy Rich and many others.