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Excerpt from Musical Pitch and the Measurement of Intervals Among the Ancient Greeks: Thesis
The great number of dissonant intervals in Greek theory due to the homophonic (pure melodic, non-harmonic) nature of nu cient Greek music, which removes the necessity for great accuracy in the intonation of dissonant intervals, And permits notes not fixed in position by a consonant relation with other notes to undergo variations in their pitch with changing fashions.
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