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According to an article in the Washington Post on Dec. 8, the modern thing
is to be even-tempered; it's quite old fashioned to be well-tempered. (It
was a lengthy article on the development of the scale and modern tuning for
the piano. It's at
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/WPlate/1999-12/08/067l-120899-idx.html
but will only be available for free until the 21st; they keep articles up
for two weeks.)

Ellie Briscoe :-)

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> I expect to get disagreements from all you ill-tempered clavichords :)
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Hi,
It seems that cece is the only good tempered instrument? :))
Or is that interpolation extreme??

Cheers, Ron :)

< 0 Ron Mackey,(Purveyor of Pat's Party Pieces)
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