We present Bach's Endlessly Rising Canon (aka "Neverending Canon") from the Musical Offering BWV 1079, tuned into 19-equal division of the octave, close to third-comma meantone, and played at the Organ (midi rendition). In this arrangement, the canon runs ten times, meaning that it shifts fro, C to G, through D, E, F#, G#, A#, B#, Db, Eb, F
A set of 10 variations on the Charleston, for Organ & Strings, in 19-equal division of the octave. Plenty of septimal intervals are used (15 steps out of 19, corresponding to 947.368 cents, 21.548 cents flat of the natural 7/4).
Public domain images used in this video:
1) Collier's 1921 Charleston
2) CharlestonSC EP 1890
3) Charleston Hotel - 1906
at 9:56 PM
We present Chopin's Prelude in E-Minor (op.28 no. 4, "Suffocation") arranged for organ and tuned into 19-equal division of the octave (close to third-comma meantone).
at 11:33 AM