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" To remove all uncertainty in the order of the notes in the lyre, I took off all the strings but one, and on placing the instrument in a due position, was surprised to hear a great variety of notes, and frequently such as were not produced by any aliquot... "
The Universal Magazine - Page 122
1804
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Volume 3

William Nicholson - 1800
...I took off all the firings but one; and, on placing the inilrument in a due pofition, was furprized to hear a great variety of notes, and frequently fuch...of two or three notes from this fingle firing. From obferving thefc phenomena, they appeared to me fo very complex and extraordinary, that I defpaired...
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Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, and the Arts: Illustrated with ...

1800
...took off all the firings but one; and, on. placing the inftrument in a due pofition, was furprized to hear a great variety of notes, and frequently fuch...often too I heard a chord of two or three notes from thisJingle firing. From obferving thefe phenomena, they appeared to me fo very complex and extraordinary,...
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

1833
...great variety of notes, and frequently such as were not produced by any aliquot part of the strings : often, too, I heard a chord of two or three notes from this single string. From observing these phenomena, they appeared to me so very complex and extraordinary,...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Volume 1

1833
...great variety of notes, and frequently such as were not produced by any aliquot part of the strings : often, too, I heard a chord of two or three notes from this single string. From observing these phenomena, they appeared to me so very complex and extraordinary,...
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Complete Encyclopaedia of Music, Elementary, Technical, Historical ...

John Weeks Moore - 1854 - 1004 pages
...great variety of notes, and frequently such as were not produced by any aliquot part of the string ; often, too, I heard a chord of two or three notes from tliis single string. Discords are also often heard from the unison strings of this instrument ; the...
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