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- Alarums and Excursions. Casselman, Bill // Vocabula Review;Jan2013, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p1
The article offers information on the etymology of the word alarm and the Elizabethan musical terms, tucket and sennet. It mentions that the word alarum became alarm which describe the feeling and hastened actions of humans when they hear the blare of a bugle. It notes that sennet is a stage...
- Listener perception of single-shot small arms fire. Gaston, Jeremy R.; Letowski, Tomasz R. // Noise Control Engineering Journal;May/Jun2012, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p236
The ability to identify and interpret impulse sounds from small arms weapons fire is a very important element of soldier's situational awareness that is critically needed to avoid potential danger. For example, differentiation of hostile from friendly weapons fire can indicate the need for...
- Wellingtons Sieg. // Musik und Bildung;okt-dez2009, Issue 4, p35
The article presents components of a lesson plan for teaching young music students about unusual musical sounds through the example of composer Ludwig van Beethoven's composition "Wellingtons Sieg" ("Wellington's Victory").