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Auditory illusion

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Auditory illusion


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An auditory illusion is an audio receptors (for better or for worse).


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Examples of auditory illusions:

According to Purwins,[2] auditory illusions have been used effectively by various composers, e.g. Beethoven (Leonore), Berg (Wozzek), Krenek (Spiritus Intelligentiae Sanctus), Ligeti (Piano etudes, Violin Concerto, Doppelkonzert für Flöte, Oboe und Orchester), Honegger (Pazific), Stahnke (Partota), Reutter (The Shephard’s Flute from Orchestral Set No. 1).

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Notes

  1. ^ Massaro, Dominic W., ed. (2007). "What Are Musical Paradox and Illusion?" (PDF). American Journal of Psychology (University of California, Santa Cruz) 120 (1): 124, 132. Retrieved 15 November 2013. 
  2. ^ Purwins, Hendrik (2005). Profiles of pitch classes circularity of relative pitch and key-experiments, models, computational music analysis, and perspectives (PDF). pp. 110–120. 

External links

  • Diana Deutsch's Web Page
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