Metric Dissonance in Non-Isochronous Meters Page: 80
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176). The increase in pitch-dissonance complements the increase in metric dissonance, and thus
the destruction of meter.
Example 5.17. Composite Downbeat Attack Point (CDAP) visual for mm. 157-173
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Example 5.18. Table of relative consonance and dissonance at beat and metric levels for mm.
157-178. Bold underlined measures represent discrepancies between the two levels.
Beat-Level Relative Dissonance Metric-Level Relative Dissonance
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