And he has drawn a symbolic parallel which has significant implication and overtone.
Harmonically, instruments are constrained by overtone reverberations and a fixed scale.
The middle note comes from much higher in the overtone series.
There was an ugly overtone to the events today that was not present yesterday.
The fact that these sections are tapered so greatly changes the acoustics of the so-called cylindrical overtone series.
Frequency estimated from an overtone or a combination tone indicated in the parentheses.
The soft pulp is juicy and sweet, although it can sometimes has an acid overtone.
Covers the region of overtone vibrations and has many applications, including biological and medical imaging.
British Dictionary definitions for overtone
(often pl) additional meaning or nuance overtones of despair
(music, acoustics) any of the tones, with the exception of the fundamental, that constitute a musical sound and contribute to its quality, each having a frequency that is a multiple of the fundamental frequency See also harmonic (sense 7), partial (sense 6)
1867, in literal sense, from over + tone; a loan-translation of Ger. Oberton, first used by Ger. physicist Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz (1821-94) as a contraction of Overpartialton "upper partial tone." Fig. sense of "subtle implication" is from 1890, first attested in writings of William James.