By J. Tenney
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12. Morley, op. , p. 141. 13. Jean-Phiippe Rameau, Treatise on Harmony (1722), translated by Philip Gossett (New York: Dover, 1971), p. xli. 14. , p. xlii. 15. James W. , Indiana University, 1964), p. 25. 16. , Allen Forte, in Tonal Harmony in Concept and Practice (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1962), says u p . 16-17): "In music the terms consonant and dissonant have nothing whatsoever to do with the pleasant or unpleasant quality of a sound. -and in whose view? This was certainly not the view of the major theorists who first formulated the concepts and practices of tonal harmony.
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