[Harp-L] interesting ear test
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- From: David Fertig <drfertig@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2007 10:02:20 -0700 (PDT)
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I suppose there are many more and different such tests of varying efficacity, but I just came across this link (below) which purports to test one's "tone-deafness", or as I'd say, one's ability to recognize and differentiate between tonal patterns.
Yes I run the risk of (Please! Don't! Stop!) starting a week-long debate as to what tone-deaf means, or what this test means, but it's okay since I won't read any of it, nor compare scores.
ps: Thanks to Dan Neil of the LA Times.
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