# Sound examples with unequal temperaments

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- Ex.1.02 for Section 1.2, Fig.1.2 - Beats between pure sounds of nearly identical frequency.
- Ex.1.04 for Sections 1.4 and 1.5 - Pure intervals with superparticular ratios.
- Ex.1.04V for Sections 1.4 and 1.5 - same, transposed a fifth upwards.
- Ex.1.06 for Section 1.6, after Law 3 - Tempering a fifth.
- Ex.1.07 for Section 1.7 - Pure intervals with non-superparticular ratios.
- Ex.1.07V for Section 1.7 - same, transposed a fifth upwards.
- Ex.1.08 for Section 1.8, Fig. 1.8 - Minor Third-Major Sixth octave test.
- Ex.1.09 for Section 1.9 - Minor and major pure triads played on an open diapason organ stop.
- Ex.1.09H for Section 1.9 - same on a lower 8' harpsichord stop.
- Ex.1.10 for Section 1.10 - Ornamental beats in a minor triad with pure fifth.
- Ex.2.02 for Section 2.2 - Fifth: pure and Pythagorean Wolf.
- Ex.3.04.1 for Sections 3.4 and 3.6 - Fifth: pure and Equal Temperament.
- Ex.3.04.2 for Sections 3.4 and 3.6 - Major Third: pure and Equal Temperament.
- Ex.3.04.3 for Sections 3.4 and 3.6 - Minor Third: pure and Equal Temperament.
- Ex.3.05.1 for Sections 3.5 and 3.6 - Major Triad: pure and Equal Temperament.
- Ex.3.05.2 for Sections 3.5 and 3.6 - Minor Triad: pure and Equal Temperament.
- Ex.3.08 for Section 3.8 - Major Third: pure and Pythagorean.
- Ex.5.31 for Section 5.3, Fig. 5.3.2 - The Bb major scale in thirds in Standard Meantone.
- Ex.5.40 for Section 5.4 - Enharmonic Flats and sharps in Standard Meantone.
- Ex.8.02 for Sections 8.2 and 21.2 - F.Couperin's Early French temperament: two examples from the Messe pour les Paroisses.
- Ex.9.03 for Section 9.3 - Fifths: pure, equally-tempered and Werckmeister III.
- Ex.9.11 for Section 9.11 - Sabbatini's octave-third split: Equal Temperament and Almost-Equal Temperament.
- Ex.11.03 for Section 11.3 - Gothic cadence from Adam de la Halle.
- Ex.11.05.1 for Section 11.3 - A fragment from Philip's Galiarda Dolorosa, in Pythagorean Intonation.
- Ex.11.05.2 for Section 11.3 - The same fragment in Standard 1/4 S.c. Meantone Temperament.
- Ex.12.03 for Section 12.3, Fig. 12.3.2 - Hearing the slowest beats.
- Ex.12.08 for Section 12.8, Fig 12.8 - Comparison of beat rates.