KarrArikh Tor comments, "It is an instrumental track which began with a perfect fifth resonation, and grew into the first song where I actually play a diminished chord in.
What does P5 stand for?
P5 stands for Perfect Fifth (music)
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The existing notation A#-F in both original editions is an absurdity: nowhere else did Beethoven ever write a diminished sixth camouflaging the sound of a perfect fifth -- quite to the contrary: whenever the danger arose that an unusual modulation might be misunderstood, he took pains to present his intentions in a clear way.
Chords are tuned carefully between players so unisons match and perfect fifths ring.
Welch highlights his dancers' classical technique, providing the pleasure of watching their long, lean legs slide into perfect fifth.
Little Buck's win was the perfect fifth anniversary present for Wells and wife Carrie Zetter-Wells, who owned Royal & SunAlliance Chase winner Brief Gale.
Wheeldon makes rudimentary moves look new--when two dancers faced one another, each raised one arm, together forming a perfect fifth position.
Particularly noteworthy is the perfect fifth between the bass and treble sustained for nine beats while the tenor melody moves, creating a drone-like effect.