Duration may refer to:
- The measure of continuance of any object or event within Time
- Duration (music) – an amount of time or a particular time interval, often cited as one of the fundamental aspects of music
- Duration (philosophy) – a theory of time and consciousness first proposed by Henri Bergson
- Duration (project management) – the number of calendar periods for the completion of a project in project management
- Duration (finance) – the average time until all the cash flows from a bond are delivered.
Other articles related to "duration, durations":
... The principal forming element of Telemusik is duration (Kohl 2002, 100) ... six instruments are each associated with a moment duration according to their natural decay time the taku (a high-pitched sandalwood clapper with almost ... The durations in seconds of these moments are taken from the six Fibonacci numbers between 13 and 144 ...
... Musica per organo (1982), duration 7' Pre-Visions, Frescos for piano trio (1983), duration 8' Pontem video, Concerto for organ, strings and percussion (1983), duration 14 ...
... After the exposure, skin may turn red in as little as 30 minutes but most often takes 2 to 6 hours ... Pain is usually most extreme 6 to 48 hours after exposure ...
... Note the track duration (real duration) in the list below and compare it with the songs' durations on an original album ... Title real duration confused with Pray Suffer 414 Black Templar (320) Black Templar 319 Necrosophic Blessing (345) Black Wings of Yog-Sothoth 254 Lucifer Saviour (3 ...
... Cat colouring book for piano (1974), duration 5' Tůňka – Small swimming hole, small opera ballet for children (1976), duration 25' Violet diary Cycle of children compositions for children (1985 ...
Famous quotes containing the word duration:
“Higher than the question of our duration is the question of our deserving. Immortality will come to such as are fit for it, and he would be a great soul in future must be a great soul now.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“This pond never breaks up so soon as the others in this neighborhood, on account both of its greater depth and its having no stream passing through it to melt or wear away the ice.... It indicates better than any water hereabouts the absolute progress of the season, being least affected by transient changes of temperature. A severe cold of a few days duration in March may very much retard the opening of the former ponds, while the temperature of Walden increases almost uninterruptedly.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“What matters it that man should have a little more knowledge of the universe? If he has it, he gets little higher. Is he not always infinitely removed from the end, and is not the duration of our life equally removed from eternity, even if it lasts ten years longer?”
—Blaise Pascal (16231662)