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 In order to render the effect less harsh in the succession of these two chords -- as it is impossible to destroy it entirely -- a softening expedient of protraction must be found without employing other chords. The means are simple; it must be so managed, that the part which has struck the C-natural must cause the altered C to be heard. In order to render the effect less harsh in the succession of these two chords -- as it is impossible to destroy it entirely -- a softening expedient of protraction must be found without employing other chords. The means are simple; it must be so managed, that the part which has struck the C-natural must cause the altered C to be heard.
  
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