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Sound in the 16th and 17th Centuries
Sound in the 18th CenturyThe Era
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17th century Academy Acoustical Society Alexander Graham Bell apparatus architectural acoustics beats Bell in vacuo bibliographies body Boehm Chladni chromatic scale clapper clock-fork color consonances deaf described determination developed diapason normal disk echo Edison elastic electric experimental experiments flute frequency Galileo harmonic Hawkins Helmholtz holes hundred instru invented investigations J. J. Thomson Johann Kepler Kepler Kircher Koenig later limits of audibility Lissajous London Lord Rayleigh mathematical Mayer ments Mersenne meters method Michelson musical instruments musical scale nature of sound Newton number of vibrations observations octave orchestra Paris pendulum philosophical physics piano principles produced Professor published record references relating researches resonator Royal Society Sabine says science of sound scientific siren Society of America sound in air sound wave THEOBALD BOEHM theoretical Theory of Sound tonometer treatise trumpet tube tuning fork University various velocity of sound vibrating strings vibrations per second Wallace Clement Sabine wind instruments