Just Intonation is a system of tuning in which all of the intervals can be represented by ratios of whole numbers.
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Just Intonation Explained
Technical introduction to just-intonation from the leading music writer of the Village Voice. Also, a selected just-intonation discography.
A book by Daniel A. Steck with much of the material suited for a college-level.
Pythagorean Tuning and Medieval Polyphony
Article by Margo Schulter written in 1998.
Tuning by Ratios
This paper explores the use of simple ratios to tune musical intervals and chords. Included are a tutorial, a set of computer programs, and a re-tuned two-part invention by J.S. Bach.
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