Perfect-ly happy to pitch in (Punita Singh )

Subject: Perfect-ly happy to pitch in
From:    Punita Singh  <pgsingh(at)HOTMAIL.COM>
Date:    Tue, 10 Nov 1998 12:31:12 PST

OK Pierre, Bill, and other listless listers, you asked for it. (Denture know I'd be game!) Had some teething problems with my new computer so could not pitch in earlier, but that's inciDENTAL. Seems like you all are fighting tooth and nail to get to the root of this canine (perfect bitch ?) It makes cents that pitch discrimination can be acquired through drills, relatively speaking. "High gene" seems to be absolutely important for identification as well. If you're sharp, you can figure out the acciDENTALS. You will be honored with a plaque! Most of us naturally, fall flat on such tasks. In any case, no point getting keyed up or high strung. It's a minor issue in the larger scale of things. I have a filling I'd better take my tongue out of cheek now, before you pun-ish me and make me a tone! --- Pun ita __________________________________________________________________ >From: Pierre Divenyi <pdivenyi(at)MARVA4.NCSC.MED.VA.GOV> >Subject: Re: absolute pitch >Comments: To: HARTMANN(at)PA.MSU.EDU >To: AUDITORY(at)LISTS.MCGILL.CA >In-Reply-To: <981029131628.2028a67d(at)> > >At 01:16 PM 10/29/98 -0500, HARTMANN(at)PA.MSU.EDU wrote: >>Dear list, >> >> Fine pitch discrimination is obviously in the >>teeth. Recall that there is the diatonic scale and then >>there are the acciDENTALS. >> >>B. >> > >Where is Pun-ita when we need her? > > Pierre >> ______________________________________________________ Get Your Private, Free Email at McGill is running a new version of LISTSERV (1.8d on Windows NT). Information is available on the WEB at

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