Metric Dissonance in Non-Isochronous Meters Page: 81
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CBAP and CDAP visuals reveal the relative consonance and dissonance at the beat and
metric levels. The earlier sections (mm. 46-57 and mm. 72-82) feature increases in dissonance
that are generally consistent between the beat and metric levels. Later sections (mm. 97-115 and
mm. 157-178) feature persistent dissonance throughout the sections, achieved by an interplay
between beat-level and metric-level dissonances. The trajectory progresses from general
consonance to general dissonance and, eventually, to a disintegration of meter. Although metric
disintegration occurs via increase in dissonance in Hungarian Rock, the next chapter will explore
metric disintegration via other means in Ligeti's Disordre.
Beat-Level Relative Dissonance Metric-Level Relative Dissonance
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