3D40.10 - Justemp Bars - Xylophone
This set of bars is a side by side comparison of the Just and the Tempered scale.
The two sets of tuning forks are of different pitch scales/notations. One is concert pitch scale and the other is scientific pitch notation.
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- Stephen G. Benka, "Musical Pillars Made of Solid Granite", Physics Today, Vol. 61, #11, Nov. 2008, p. 20.
- Freier and Anderson, "Sf-5", A Demonstration Handbook for Physics.
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- George M. Hopkins, "Vibrating Rods", Experimental Science, p. 119.
- Raymond Bruman, "Circular Scales", Exploratorium Cookbook I, p. 71.1 - 71.4.
- Dr. Gordon Stables, R.N., C. Stansfeld Hicks, J. N. Maskelyne, Rev. Harry Jones, M.A, Dr. Stradling, Captain Crawley, Rev. A. n. Malan, M.A., F.G.S., and Many Others, "#3 - A Wood Harmonicon", The Boy's Own Book of Indoor Games and Recreations, A Popular Encyclopaedia for Boys, p. 420.
- Dr. Gordon Stables, R.N., C. Stansfeld Hicks, J. N. Maskelyne, Rev. Harry Jones, M.A, Dr. Stradling, Captain Crawley, Rev. A. n. Malan, M.A., F.G.S., and Many Others, "The Glass Harmonicon", The Boy's Own Book of Indoor Games and Recreations, A Popular Encyclopaedia for Boys, p. 417.
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