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- "A chord is by no means an agglomeration of intervals. It is a new unit which, although dependent on the formative power of the single interval, is felt as being self-existent and as giving to the constituent intervals meanings and functions which they otherwise would not have."
- Paul Hindemith (1952: 72). A Composer's World. Cambridge, Mass.