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Addendum to "The Devolution of the Shepherd Trumpet and Its Seminal Importance in Muisc History

Here's the complicated addendum. It shows how bagpipes, natural trumpets, and the diatonic scale combined in what's called the "Choral Key" which is D major.…Continue

Started Jun 1, 2017

THE DEVOLUTION OF THE SHEPHERD TRUMPET AND ITS SEMINAL IMPORTANCE IN MUSIC HISTORY

Here's the article online that explains that all old folk tunes come from the natural scale. I didn't post it, and you have to dodge the advertisements:…Continue

Started Jun 1, 2017

Old English, French, and Gaelic songs played in the round were originally played on short natural trumpets
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Hey. I also found out that many English, French, Gaelic, etc. nursery rhymes were based on the natural scale. They were played in the round on short trumpets. See:…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Aindrias Hirt Jan 26, 2017.

Melodic Natural Scale Paper

Hello All,I just had a paper published that you might find interesting. I can't put up the short article because it's in copyright, but the esoteric supplement is not. It's here, but go to the bottom…Continue

Started Feb 28, 2015

 

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Aindrias Hirt replied to the discussion 'Logaritmic scale'
"Well, it's been 8+ years since you posted this. I thought that I'd answer it anyway. It isn't the logarithmic scale, but the natural scale/harmonic or overtone series. If you measure it, it isn't logarithmic, it's linear.…"
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PhD from the University of Otago. Ph.D. dissertation (3rd chapter is on overtones): https://www.academia.edu/33948094/The_Songs_of_Fionn_mac_Cumhaill_A...

Published an article in the International Trumpet Guild Journal (January, 2015) "The Shepherd Trumpet and Its Seminal Importance in Music History." It's all about the harmonic series played melodically and how it was the creator of the "Folk Music Scale".
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At 3:31pm on September 18, 2017, James Robert Hester said…

Aindrias,

I recently posted a question on OMN about the tuning of an African thumb piano described in Henry E. Krehbiel's 1913 Afro-American Folksongs. My question was prompted by your piece on the European Folk Music Scale in Ethnomusicology Review. Here is the web link to my question: http://www.overtone.cc/forum/topics/african-thumb-piano-tuning. I would very much appreciate your take on it.

Regards,

Bob Hester
Augusta, GA

 
 
 

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