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“Famous examples include the five-note Intel bong, McDonald's "Ba da ba ba ba" signoff and NBC's three-note chime, in use since 1929.”
“The tension exploded when he began his final instrumental eight bars with a three-note phrase leading to a screaming high concert B, not the highest note he had ever hit, but arguably the angriest . . .”
“A lone trumpet ascends in a three-note sunrise through an octave, followed by a cataclysm of thundering drumbeats.”
“Below it, a three-note 'nature' theme rings out as a recurring bass pattern.”
“I reached in my pocket to turn it off, but before I could, the three-note ring sounded again.”
“It also gave both places a large influx of freed Haitian slaves, who brought with them a particular three-note musical cell.”
“The fourth and final one, in F minor, is a crisp dance based on slightly off-kilter three-note patterns; Ax gave it an extra springiness by hitting each note exactly at the center of the beat.”
“And in the same work, the magical unity provided by the three-note rhythmic motto in each movement was lost; Mutter sometimes bowed it so smoothly you couldn't hear the rhythm at all.”
“He was fond of false relations and various forms of nota cambiata, including the archaic three-note figure followed by a rest.”
“In 40 lessons, which could be completed in as little as 40 weeks, or as long as the rest of one's life, it leads from the simple three-note progression of "Ode to Joy" to the sinuous, rippling rhythms of Handel's "Water Music.”
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