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  • The one I've heard of is the EBVT worked on by Bill Bremmer. However, if I remember correctly it doesn't account for different inharmonicity in the temperament octave so stick to using this temperament on well scaled pianos and not anything of the spinet ...

  • Personally, I find the conference overwhelming, and I have been a member for 40 years. It's possible that in the LA area there is someone who teaches one-on-one, I think that would be ideal.  I live in Illinois, so appealing to our LA area members about ...

  • Di Veroli discusses several options. Consider getting this book: https://www.braybaroque.ie/temper/ ------------------------------ Ed Sutton ed440@me.com (980) 254-7413 ------------------------------

  • The symmetry of equal temperament. The key colours of unequal temperament. The best feature of equal temperament seems to be its symmetry which makes it practical for every scenario. The best feature of unequal temperament seems to be its variety ...

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  • Best is a subjective decision based on a particular actual situation. Most musicians are happy with good enough, and get on to playing the music. I recall seeing a video of Martha Argerich testing a piano for performance. She played a burst of chords ...

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