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rowuk


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THE book on intonation
This was written by a retired horn player from the Chicago Symphony (Fritz Reiner period) and deals with intonation as a musical tool and how performers can be fooled. Those that have been "challenged" by a historical performance practice concert may find answers here!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/e9u6cw1necg3zq6/Intonation%20%20C%20Leuba.PDF?dl=0

At 2.5 MB it is too big for an attachment at this site.


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noviygera


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Link
Rowuk, can you provide an updated, working link?
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rowuk


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I am in Norway this week with no access
I will make a new link next week.



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rowuk


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Here is the book.
This book explains the "sensation" of intonation and what wind players do to create mood. Naturally, intermodulation is crap in audio, but the pleasure of a well managed brass section is glorious...
The file is too big for this site, so I will keep it in my dropbox for a while.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/e9u6cw1necg3zq6/Intonation%20%20C%20Leuba.PDF?dl=0


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noviygera


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Working link
Rowuk,
Thanks for the link, I have zero music theory and this will be most useful for me to study. On a side note, are you the guy who has RH-307 amplifier? If so, may I ask you (maybe off site) for your experience with this amp that I plan to build?
thanks,Gera
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rowuk


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Intonation is intermodulation for musicians
 noviygera wrote:
Rowuk,
Thanks for the link, I have zero music theory and this will be most useful for me to study. On a side note, are you the guy who has RH-307 amplifier? If so, may I ask you (maybe off site) for your experience with this amp that I plan to build?
thanks,Gera

Hi Gera,when a section plays a couple of notes, we generate sum and difference tones. With “responsive” and “resonant” musicians, we get a very interesting “Sound” that makes the performance special. This book explains how the intermodulation can be manipulated.
Yes, I have built and use several RH amplifiers including the 307 Super and RH84. Lets get in contact by mail. Robin (at) wukits dot de


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