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Definition of Unequal temperament
Unequal temperament 6. (Physiol.) The peculiar physical and mental character of
an individual, in olden times erroneously supposed to be
due to individual variation in the relations and
proportions of the constituent parts of the body,
especially of the fluids, as the bile, blood, lymph, etc.
Hence the phrases, bilious or choleric temperament,
sanguine temperament, etc., implying a predominance of one
of these fluids and a corresponding influence on the
Equal temperament (Mus.), that in which the variations from
mathematically true pitch are distributed among all the
Unequal temperament (Mus.), that in which the variations
are thrown into the keys least used.
Meaning of Unequal temperament from wikipedia
- In musical
tuning, a temperament
is a tuning system
that slightly compromises
the pure intervals
of just intonation
to meet other
requirements. Most modern...
- An equal temperament
is a musical temperament
system, which approximates
interval) into equal...
- Twelve-tone equal temperament
is the musical system
into 12 parts, all of which
are equally-tempered (equally-spaced) on a logarithmic...
- Meantone temperament
is a musical temperament
, that is a tuning
by slightly compromising
the thirds. Meantone...
- difference-the temperament being unequal
, and the keys not all sounding
the same. Compared
III, the other
24 keys-circulating temperament
- evidenced proposal
tones, or the quarter-tone scale
(24 equal temperament
), was made by 19th-century music theorists Heinrich Richter
in 1823 and...
- Well temperament
(also good temperament
or circulating temperament
) is a type of tempered tuning described
in 20th-century music
- equal temperament
with identical pitch
but different spellings
(e.g. A♭ and G♯); in flamenco, as in unequal temperament
- Vallotti temperament
Vallotti, Vallotti-Barca, or Vallotti-Tartini) is a slightly modified version
of a circulating temperament devised
- In music, 22 equal temperament
22-TET, 22-EDO, or 22-ET, is the tempered scale derived
into 22 equal steps
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