Subject: Can 'tone deaf' people detect different instruments' sound quality?
Date: Thu Mar 21 18:53:28 2002
Posted by Chuck
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: Lincoln School
City: Miles City State/Province: MT
Area of science: Other
(category: acoustics AND audiology/physiology) Can a "tone deaf" individual,
one who cannot distinguish differences in pitch, detect the difference between
instruments (such as clarinet vs. oboe), which depends on hearing overtones.
Student keeps asking in my music classroom...
Re: Can 'tone deaf' people detect different instruments' sound quality?
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