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" ... finger. It was not one sustained note, but a multitude of tiny sounds, each clear and distinct in itself; the sweetest treble mingling with the lowest bass. "
The world of wonders: a record of things wonderful in nature, science and ... - الصفحة 130
بواسطة World - 1874
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Punch, المجلدات 38-39

Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman - 1800
...of a musical chord, or the faint vibrations of a wineglass, when its rim is rubbed by a wet finger. It was not one sustained note, but a multitude of...lowest bass. On applying the ear to the woodwork of tho boat. th« vibration was greatly increased in volume by conduction. The sounds varied considerably...

Punch, المجلدات 38-39

Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman - 1860
...wineglass, when its rim is rubbed by a wet finger. It was not one sustained note, but a multitude «>f tiny sounds, each clear and distinct in itself : the sweetest treble mingling with the lowest boss. On applying the ear to the woodwork of the boat, the vibration was greatly increased in volume...

The Living Age ..., المجلد 123

1874
...musical chord, or the faint vibrations of a wine-glass when its rim is rubbed by a moistened finger. It was not one sustained note, but a multitude of...boat the vibration was greatly increased in volume." The sounds varied considerably at different points, and could be localized, as it was possible to row...

The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, المجلد 49

1860
...of a musical chord, or the faint vibrations of a wine-glass when its rim is rubbed by a wet finger. It was not one sustained note, but a multitude of...itself; the sweetest treble mingling with the lowest base. On applying the ear to the wood-work of the boat, the sound was greatly increased in volume by...

Chambers's Edinburgh journal, conducted by W. Chambers. [Continued as ...

Chambers's journal - 1874
...musical chord, or the faint vibrations of a wine-glass when its rim is rubbed by a wet finger . . . not one sustained note, but a multitude of tiny sounds,...the sweetest treble mingling with the lowest bass.' Other and later visitors to the same spot have riven a very similar account of their experience there....

The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., المجلد 11

1860
...thrills of a musical chord or the faint vibrations of a wineglass when its rim is rubbed by a wet finger. It was not one sustained note, but a multitude of...was greatly increased in volume by conduction. The sound varied considerably at different points as we moved across the lake, as if the number of the...

Ceylon: an account of the island, المجلد 2

Sir James Emerson Tennent - 1860
...musical chord, or the faint vibrations of a wine-glass when its rim is rubbed by a moistened finger. It was not one sustained note, but a multitude of...boat, the vibration was greatly increased in volume. The sounds varied considerably at different points, as we moved across the lake, as if the number of...

The Philosophy of Natural History

William Smellie - 1860 - عدد الصفحات: 448
...of a musical chord, or the faint vibrations of a wineglass when its rim is rubbed by a wet finger. It was not one sustained note, but a multitude of...woodwork of the boat, the vibration was greatly increased by conduction." The last-mentioned fact seems to imply that the sounds were actually produced in the...

Zoologist

Edward Newman, James Edmund Harting - 1860
...of a musical chord, or the faint vibrations of a wine glass when its rim is rubbed by a wet finger. It was not one sustained note, but a multitude of...ear to the wood-work of the boat, the vibration was * Extracted from the ' Canadian Naturalist and lieulugfet,' Vol. v. No. 3. greatly increased in volume...

Cassell's popular natural history

Cassell, ltd - 1859
...of a musical chord, or the faint vibrations of a wine-glass when its rim is rubbed by a wet finger. It was not one sustained note, but a multitude of...applying the ear to the wood-work of the boat, the sound was greatly increased in volume by its conductor. They varied considerably at different points...




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