Archive for the ‘Wreckmeister III’ Category
The Jacob Method refers to a method of playing the Linnstrument with Pianoteq that Jacob Barton discovered when we were together in Winston-Salem NC for the microfest. Essentially the method uses an extreme arpeggio setting on the Linnstrument with its pressure sensitive pads to create a piano voice that can swell. Take a listen…. 360 BPM 32nd note triplets.
Sadness at the Tomb – a piano solo in Werckmeister 3 tuning.
Love Feels Not Thorns was improvised just to hear how pretty the tuning sounds. No other reason at all….
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Someone Who Knows is an improvisation in a tuning devised by Claudi Meneghin – click the song icon for more music and tuning work by him. The tuning which he devised is a subset of 23 note Golden Werckmeister Well Temperament – click here for a follow along resolution reduced scoredatura of the piece.
17 note of 23 note Golden Werckmeister Well temperament subset
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Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune in Werckmeister III tuning is a rendering using Kontakt 5 orchestral instruments using Werckmeister III temperament tuning. The midi transcription was done by David Mitchell in 1994. While this midi does have its flaws I think it works well overall.
And She Said…. is a semi-generative piece in Werckmeister III tuning (probably close to Bach’s tuning) using piano and layered synthesizers.