Etude No. 1 in 17-tone Equal Temperament

mikebattagliaexperiments on April 08, 2011 21:35

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This is a simple study in four-part harmony in 17-equal temperament. I predominantly used the diatonic scale, but also often used the 9-note "progression" scale which is found in 17-equal as well. I also broke away from scalar structures often, preferring to fill the space in with shifting 13-limit harmony when possible.

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I used the <17 27 40 48 59 63] val for 17-equal, meaning I treated it as though it supported meantone temperament rather than dicot temperament. Progression temperament can be found here: http://x31eq.com/cgi-bin/rt.cgi?ets=8_9&error=34.070&limit=13&invariant=5_3_7_4_6_1_1_2_2_3_3 ;

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