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me·di·ant

(mē'dē-ănt)
In the middle of a range or process.
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The mediant is most often found in the circle of fifths sequences: vii[degrees] [right arrow] iii [right arrow] vi in major or VII [right arrow] III [right arrow] VI in minor (see also the circle of fifths progression discussion above).
All vertices of the tree can be constructed by using the mediants of fractions.
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The Mediant SBC VE provides reliable, scalable and secure connectivity between Interactive Intelligence's cloud-based contact center infrastructure and other IP-based communications systems and networks.
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In fact, such chromatic mediant key relations occurred in two works that Ellington had played earlier in the evening: Vincent Youmans's "Tea for Two," and the third movement of Ellington's own Newport Festival Suite (whose choruses are based loosely on the tonal-harmonic plan of "Tea for Two").
9-26/"Gandhi contre Machiavel" por Simone Panter-Brick y "Le mediant de Justice, Vinoba", por Hallam Tennyson (las dos ultimas aun no traducidas al castellano) ...
Options include state-of-the-art SIP Trunks from solutions provider ACME Packet, which allow external communication via IP, as well as an Audiocodes Mediant gateway that offers time-division multiplexing connectivity with a client's existing legacy infrastructure.
up the circle of fifths) boundary in these works with the exception of the mediant (C-sharp minor), and that the developments can be roughly grouped into "stationary" (i.e.
The final stanza, and especially the piano postlude, of the fourth song illustrates this, employing localized chromaticism in the piano, tonicizing the flattened mediant rather than the dominant (mm.
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