in·ter·val  (n) /’int-er-vel/  An in-depth study of the motion of the arm in relation to the production of five harmonic intervals on the violin.
 “The effort to materialize movements through sounds; to make 'art' while 'geometrizing' by giving it a reasoned support less perishable than the impusle of the moment- this has led to a sort of abstraction and formalization of the musical compositional act.” - Iannis Xenakis
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 By measuring the precise positioning of the hand in relation to the instrument, drafts of ortho-graphic elevation, plan, and section reveal a number of geometries governing the position and bend of the elbow
 Further analysis depicts the relationship of positive and negative space between the forearm and bicep in conjunction with the gradual rotation of the bending arm
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