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Sound in the 16th and 17th Centuries
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17th century Academy Acoustical Society Alexander Graham Bell apparatus beats bell in vacuo brass chromatic scale clapper consonances describes determined developed echo elasticity electric experimental feet per second flute frequency Galileo glass globe harmonic Hawkins Helmholtz History illustrations instru interval invented J. J. Thomson JOHANN KEPLER Kepler Kircher gives Koenig later length limits of audibility Lissajous London Lord Rayleigh MARIN MERSENNE mathematical ments Mersenne method Michelson motion of sounds musical instruments musical scale musical tone musicians number of vibrations observations octave orchestra organ Paris pendulum Physics pipe principles produced Professor propagation published Pythagoras ratios recorder references researches resonator Royal Society Sabine says science of sound scientific shown in Plate Sir Isaac Newton siren Society of America sonorous body theoretical Theory of Sound tion tonometer Torricellian treatise tube tuning fork University vacuum various velocity of sound vibrating strings vibrations per second Wallace Clement Sabine wind instruments