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Literary usage of Semitonally
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Ecclesiologist by Ecclesiological Society (1859)
"1201,) where that author states that " it does not answer to plant large-scale Bourdons semitonally." He adds, however, that the bad influence of one pipe ..."
2. English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are Incorporated "the (1878)
"... if semitonally, the octave note will be too far off. r. In Borrowing by Action there is not, of course, any additional grooving at all involved. ..."
3. Organs and Tuning: A Practical Handbook for Organists, Being a Treatise on by Thomas Elliston (1898)
"Chromatic succession, in which the lowest note is at the bass end of the sound-board, proceeding semitonally towards the highest note of the treble at the ..."
4. The Organ: Writings and Other Utterances on Its Structure, History, Procural by John Watson Warman (1898)
"The Pipe tops, however, run exactly semitonally, — except that their Line is not sufficiently curved. (But both of these appearances may easily have arisen ..."