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Equal Temperament

An equal temperament is a musical temperament, or a system of tuning, in which the frequency interval between every pair of adjacent notes has the same ratio.

(Or how we arrived at equal temperament) In this video I go over the history of western tuning methods and I overview some of the problems that arise with each system of temperament. Audio...

How Equal Temperament Ruined Harmony (and Why You Should Care)

Ross W. Duffin (Paperback - Oct 17, 2008)

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Temperament: How Music Became a Battleground for the Great Minds of Western Civilization

Stuart Isacoff (Paperback - Feb 4, 2003)

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Tuning and Temperament: A Historical Survey (Dover Books on Music)

J. Murray Barbour (Paperback - May 20, 2004)

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Tuning: Containing the Perfection of Eighteenth-Century Temperament, the Lost Art of Nineteenth-Century Temperament and the Science of Equal Temperament

Owen H. Jorgensen (Hardcover - Jun 1, 1991)

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The Seventh Dragon: The Riddle Of Equal Temperament

Anita T. Sullivan (Paperback - May 15, 2005)

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Theory Of Evolving Tonality (Da Capo Press music reprint series)

Joseph Yasser (Paperback - Apr 21, 1975)

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Modern Organ Tuning: The How and Why? Clearly Explaining the Nature of the Organ Pipe and the System of Equal Temperament; Together With an Historic ... From the Greek Tetrachord (Classic Reprint)

Hermann Smith (Paperback - May 2, 2017)

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Historical Tuning of Keyboard Instruments: Theory and Practice: Pythagorean Through Equal Temperament

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By Ross W. Duffin - How Equal Temperament Ruined Harmony (and Why You Should Care) (9/17/08)

Ross W. Duffin (Paperback - Sep 17, 2008)

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Equal Intervalic Temperament: A System of Position Mapping on the Cello

John O'Keefe Publishing

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Equal Intervalic Temperament: A System of Position Mapping for the Cello

John Andrew O'Keefe (Paperback - Jan 5, 2017)

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Equal temperament;: Its history from Ramis (1482) to Rameau (1737)

J. Murray Barbour (Unknown Binding)

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Music Equal Temperament

Dan Huynh (Paperback - Oct 5, 2012)

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The Equal-beating Temperaments : a Handbook for Tuning Harpsichords and Fortepianos, with Tuning Techniques and Tables of Fifteen Historical Temperaments

Owen Jorgensen (Paperback)

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KEYBOARD CONNECTIONS: Proportion and temperament in music and architecture. Equal temperament, the golden section and a few other mysteries

Anthony Osborne (Paperback - Jul 10, 2006)

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ABC WHY STOP AT G?

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The tower handbook: Answers to 1001 questions about ringing

John Harrison (Paperback)

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Pitch Notation and Equal Temperament: A Formal Study (University of California publications: occasional papers, no. 6: music)

Eric Regener (Paperback - Dec 1973)

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EQUAL TEMPERAMENT MUSIC NOTATION the Allier-Brennink Chromatic Notation

Albert BRENNINK (Hardcover)

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Equal temperament music notation: The Ailler-Brennink chromatic notation : results and conclusions of the music notation reform by the Chroma Foundation

Albert Brennink (Hardcover)

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Equal temperament - Wikipedia
Equal temperament. An equal temperament is a musical temperament, or a system of tuning, in which the frequency interval between every pair of adjacent notes has the same ratio.
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Equal temperament | music | Britannica.com
Equal temperament, in music, a tuning system in which the octave is divided into 12 semitones of equal size. Because it enables keyboard instruments to play in all keys with minimal flaws in intonation, equal temperament replaced earlier tuning systems that were based on acoustically pure intervals, that is, intervals that occur naturally in the overtone series.
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Scales: Just vs Equal Temperament - Physics
For the equal temperament scale, the frequency of each note in the chromatic scale is related to the frequency of the notes next to it by a factor of the twelfth root of 2 (1.0594630944....). For the Just scale, the notes are related to the fundamental by rational numbers and the semitones are not equally spaced.
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Equal Temperament - HyperPhysics Concepts
The equal tempered scale is the common musical scale used at present, used for the tuning of pianos and other instruments of relatively fixed scale. It divides the octave into 12 equal semitones. It is common practice to state musical intervals in cents, where 100� is defined as one equal tempered semitone.
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Equal Temperament | Definition of Equal Temperament by ...
Define equal temperament: the division of the octave into twelve equal half steps
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Equal temperament | Define Equal temperament at Dictionary.com
Equal temperament definition, the division of an octave into 12 equal semitones, as in the tuning of a piano. See more.
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EQUAL TEMPERAMENT - AudioEnglish.org
Definition of equal temperament in the AudioEnglish.org Dictionary. Meaning of equal temperament. What does equal temperament mean? Proper usage and pronunciation (in ...
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Equal Temperament
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Equal Temperament -- from Eric Weisstein's Treasure Trove ...
Here, while D, G, B, and D' have the same frequency in both keys (and E and A are close), F and C' are off by quite a bit. Having the capability to play a given piece ...
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Explaining the Equal Temperament - yuvalnov.org
Some note combinations please the human ear, while others don’t. The Greek mathematician Pythagoras is often credited with the discovery that ear-pleasing ...
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