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51 50 some feaTureD Tunings selecTeD musical inTervals Interval Cents Name 11 0 Unison 3280532768 2.0 Schisma 20482025 19.6 Diaschisma 8180 21.5 Syntonic Comma 531441524288 23.5 Pythagorean Comma 128125 41.1 Diesis 2524 70.7 Minor Diatonic Halftone 256243 90.2 Leimma, Pythag. Halftone 135128 92.2 Major Chroma 1615 111.7 Major Diatonic Halftone 21872048 113.7 Apotome 2725 133.2 Large Leimma 109 182.4 Minor Wholetone 98 203.9 Major Wholetone 87 231.2 Septimal Wholetone 76 266.9 Septimal Minor Third 3227 294.1 Pythag. Minor Third 65 315.6 Perfect Minor Third 54 386.3 Perfect Major Third 8164 407.8 Pythag. Major Third 43 498.0 Perfect Fourth 75 582.5 Septimal Tritone 4532 590.2 Diatonic Tritone 729512 611.7 Pythag. Tritone 32 702.0 Perfect Fifth 12881 792.2 Pythag. Minor Sixth 85 813.7 Diatonic Minor Sixth 53 884.4 Perfect Major Sixth 2716 905.9 Pythag. Major Sixth 74 968.8 Harmonic Seventh 169 996.1 Pythag. Minor Seventh 95 1017.6 Diatonic Minor Seventh 158 1088.3 Diatonic Major Seventh 243128 1109.8 Pythag. Major Seventh 21 1200 Octave Like the offcentre division of the octave into fifths and fourths, sharps are not flats, giving rise to five more notes, making seventeen in all found in middleeastern tunings. More completely, we may think of the seven notes of the scale as moving across twelve regions of the octave, falling into the twentytwo positions of Indian tuning.
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