Deck The Fugue - 5-part Fugue on Deck the Halls [Rameau Ordinary Tempera...

A 5-part Fugue on «Deck the Halls» for Recorder, Oboe, Violin, Viola, Cello, tuned into the Rameau Ordinary Temperament:
(2 pythagorean fifths from Ab to Bb, 6 quarter-comma fifths from Bb to E,  four sharp fifths - as large as 704.156 ¢ - elsewhere).


Claudi Meneghin - Concert No 1 "Charleston", pour Orgue et Orchestre Bar...

This is Concert No 1 "Charleston" by Claudi Meneghin, for Organ and Baroque Orchestra: Trumpet, Recorder, Oboe, Cor Anglais, Bassoon, Strings.
Dedicated to Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien, as a souvenir of a concert given in Paris on Wednesday June 1, 2022


Just Intonation vs Equal Temperament vs Meantone : A Chromatic Descending Line Harmonised

A chromatic descending line (from E# to A#) harmonised, for the sake of comparing Just Intonation vs Equal Temperament vs Meantone. More precisely, the following tunings are compared: Vicentino Adaptive Just Intonation; 12-Equal Temperament Quarter-Comma Meantone.


Canon at the Semitone on The Mother's Malison Theme, for Organ, in 13edo

A Canon at the Semitone on an ancient Lombard theme - The Mother's Malison -  for organ. Tuning is 13-equal division of the octave. The canon raises by a tone each five measures, repeating itself 13 times. 13edo is notated as 26edo, however the interval C-Dbb is named a semitone all the same.
0: 1/1 C 1: 92.308 cents Cx Dbb 2: 184.615 cents D 3: 276.923 cents Dx Ebb 4: 369.231 cents E 5: 461.538 cents Ex Fb 6: 553.846 cents F# Gbbb 7: 646.154 cents Fx# Gb 8: 738.462 cents G# Abbb 9: 830.769 cents Gx# Ab 10: 923.077 cents A# Bbbb 11: 1015.385 cents Ax# Bb 12: 1107.692 cents B# Cbb 13: 2/1 C


Micropiece in 13edo [Microtonal, 13edo]

A short piece in 13-equal division of the octave, for Recorder, Oboe, Bassoon, freely inspired by Handel's Harmonious Blacksmith theme.


Claudi Meneghin - Fantasy "Almost a Fugue" on a Theme by Giuliani, for String Quartet [55edo]

A short fantasy in form of a fugue for string quartet on a theme by Giuliani, from the third movement of his Guitar Concerto in A, op.36. Tuning is 55-equal division of the octave, very close to sixth-comma meantone (a tuning Mozart probably used).