Metric Dissonance in Non-Isochronous Meters Page: 71
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Example 5.9. Composite Downbeat Attack Point (CDAP) visual for mm. 72-82
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Example 5.10. Table of relative consonance and dissonance at beat and metric levels for mm.
72-82. Bold underlined measures represent discrepancies between the two levels.
Beat-Level Relative Dissonance Metric-Level Relative Dissonance
Omnipresent Dissonance in Measures 97-115
The large-scale trajectory of dissonance to this point has been characterized by periods of
relative consonance (opening section) followed by sections that feature dissonant drives (mm.
46-57 and mm. 73-82). Dissonance pervades the entire section that begins in m. 97, intensifying
the larger picture of dissonance and the large-scale drive to metric disintegration. The interplay
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