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Volume 10, Number 1, January 2004
Copyright 2004 Society for Music Theory

Roger Wibberley*

Three Essays on Syntonic Tuning

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Received July 2003


Essay 1: Quid non ebrietas dissignat? Willaert's didactic demonstration of Syntonic tuning

Essay 2: Syntonic Tuning: A Sixteenth-Century Composer's Soundscape

Essay 3: Syntonic Tuning: Creating a Model for Accurate Electronic Playback


Roger Wibberley
Goldsmiths University of London,
Department of Music,
New Cross,
London SE14 6NW
r.wibberley@gold.ac.uk


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Updated 17 January 2004