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Frequencies and intervals in 13 Thai ensembles
Small and Large Intervals Produced by Pélog Sarons of Central Java
Accompanies Small and Large Intervals Produced by Pélog Sarons of Central Java.docx
1200 cents to 0 cents
Accompanies the file 'Waveforms of dyads with harmonic spectra, spanning 0 to 1200 cents'
Waveforms of dyads with harmonic spectra, spanning 0 to 1200 cents
Accompanied by the file '1200 cents to 0 cents.wav,' which is accessible online at http://yorkspace.library.yorku.ca/xmlui/handle/10315/32806.
Pairs of Interval Classes in Southeast Asian Tunings
Construed non-numerically (Rahn 2011, 2012, 2013), the following normal-Forte-order formulations accurately model southeast Asian fixed-frequency tunings: sléndro 11111…, the ‘usual’ pentatonic 22323…, Thai pentatonic ...
Measurements of UCLA khong wong yai A4 420 Hz (notated as A3) with unadjusted and adjusted cords
Accompanies Rahn, J. (2018). 'UCLA khong wong yai A4 420 Hz (notated as A3) with unadjusted and adjusted cords.wav.'
Anomalous bonangbarung frequencies and pitches
See "Notes to Accompany 'Anomalous bonangbarung frequencies and pitches'".
Notes to Accompany Gamelan Spectra
Explanation of spectral analyses of bonang tones in gamelan Kyai Parijata.