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Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung (Ed.):
Tempo Measurements in Piano Sonatas by Ludwig van Beethoven

By Heinz von Loesch and Fabian Brinkmann
Online Publication 2013
Berlin: SIMPK, 2013
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Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung (Ed.):
Validation of computational tuning systems

By Timour Klouche, Teresa Samulewicz and L. Jakob Bergner
Online Publication 2012
Berlin: SIMPK, 2012
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Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung (Ed.):
Friedrichs »Montezuma«

Authors: Ruth Müller-Lindenberg, Vicente Bernaschina, Ulrike Eberle, Thomas Ertelt, Conny Restle, Claudia Terne
Online Publication 2012
Berlin: SIMPK, 2012
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Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung (Ed.):
Valuable nuances of tuning for part 1 of J. S. Bach's »Das wohl temperirte Clavier«

By Mark Lindley
Online-Publikation 2011
Berlin: SIMPK, 2011
»Everyone agrees that Clavier meant ›keyboard instrument,‹ and that the word temperirte referred to an aspect of keyboard tuning. Nearly everyone agrees also that Bach intended a single kind of tuning to accommodate the musical content of the work (preludes and fugues in twelve major and twelve minor keys). But there is disagreement as to whether he is more likely to have preferred uniform semitones (as normally in modern piano-tuning) and hence no nuances of intonation among the various keys, or, instead, subtle nuances giving each major and each minor key a more distinct acoustical character than those due merely to differences in overall pitch level. And, among those who think he preferred nuances there is disagreement as to exactly which kind.«
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