Submitted by Charlotte Wile - April 6, 2006
– A fast Spatial Tension is depicted with the sign by itself, as in Ex. 2a.
– The time value of the sign can be increased by connecting it to a duration line, as in Ex. 2b. Such indications make a literal statement, i.e., the given Spatial Tension occurs once, throughout the time indicated by the indication.
– Thematic Spatial Tension is indicated with the sign for the Tension inside a thematic bracket, as in Ex. 2c. Such indications depict a given Spatial Tension that occurs an unspecified number of times, throughout or intermittently during the unit indicated by the thematic bow. The overall timing of the thematic unit is shown by the length of the thematic bow.
– A Spatial Tension during stillness is indicated with the sign for the Tension inside an intention bow, as in 2d. The duration of the given Tension is shown by the length of the intention bow.