The Fallen of Kleismic is a progressive improvisation that records me exploring this new tuning provided by Jake Feivald who describes it as:
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KLEISMIC / HANSON
The Kleismic scale presented here was generated from 14\53, and is a strictly proper MOS scale. (Someone else can tell me what the specific name is: Keemun?) There are nine perfect fifths and ten 5/4 major thirds; the remaining major thirds are close-to-just 9/7s. Although 53 EDO doesn’t temper out 49/48 using the patent val, this *tuning* feels like it does: It has 249-cent intervals that are between 8/7 and 7/6, and has several 951-cent minor sevenths. You can think of it, therefore, as using the 53d val <53 84 123 148 | instead of the patent val <53 84 123 149 |. There's no mode in which you can build a major chord on 1/1, 4/3, and 3/2. You can have I-IV and then a supermajor third and no fifth on V, or you can have I-V and no 4/3 fourth at all. That supermajor third might make a really nice leading tone. ! C:\Freivald\music\Tuning\scales\kleismic.scl ! Kleismic, using 14\53 as a generator. 15 ! 67.92452 135.84904 203.77356 316.98113 384.90565 452.83017 520.75469 633.96226 701.88678 769.81130 837.73582 950.94339 1018.86791 1086.79243 2/1 note: the C7 sounds like an excellent chime chord. I wasn't too melodic so I should revisit this.