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*Directory/Site Map *Virtual Piano *Music Word Search *Piano Videos *Virtual Piano Chords & Scales Please, you organists, read exactly what I wrote. My argument is against sharpening for distance which has nothing to do with temperament or i H. I was still a beginner when I heard this, so I didn't really question it.
Large English cathedral organs were designed for service music, much of it composed in the 20th century, and sung and played in remote keys, hence the need for ET. About as practical as a piano with a 102 note compass.Cheers, Prout Another thing that I remember hearing years ago, is that the high treble needs to be tuned sharp for concert work, because notes will sound flatter at the back of the hall.Cheers, Prout Reminds me of one occasion, as a young trumpet student being told to always sharpen for distance when playing off stage trumpet parts.For those of you who do concert work, does this ring true (pun intended) For those of us who do acoustics work in concert halls, it rings very true.There are two phenomenon at work:1) The sound absorption of the air volume contained in the space increases with increasing frequency.