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Letter-name transnotations of the Hurrian pieces
Glenda del E Live Recording
(GdelE Productions, 2008)
This repertoire represents a continuous tradition of Cuban Piano Music dating from the nineteenth century. It has its origins in England, Spain, France, while its rhythm and syncopated style derive from Africa.
Decrease in roughness between ~600 and ~500 cents
Accompanies Figure 4 of 'Clarity, Impurity, and Discant Structure in Mesopotamian Music,' to which it linked.
BonangBarungSl1l & Sl2l sine
Bonang Panerus Slendro Tones
From Drawings by the Blind to Music by the Deaf
Research for Standard Pitch and Scale of Thai Music
(College of Music, Mahidol University, 1997)
Spectra of Bonang Barung Pelog Tones
See 'Notes to Accompany Gamelan Spectra'
Fundamental Frequencies and Other Partials of Balungan Pélog Tones in Gamelan Kyai Parijata
Accompanies the file Balungan Pélog Tones of Gamelan Kyai Parijata Compared with Sine Tones.pdf