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MATTER AND METHOD
THE TUNING OF AFRICAN XYLOPHONES
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Africa and Indonesia African Music African xylophones Akadinda Angola Arab ATOKE bamboo Barang bell Benin Bisect 4ths bottom note bronze called canoe cents flat century A.D. Chopi Class coast colonisation Congo basin Congo Museum culture Cumulative Cents dug-out Duriyanga East Equiheptatonic scale Equitonal Heptatonic Scale evidence examples feature figures formula Gamelan GANKOGUI Gendèrs gives gongs Guinea heptatonic scale Hugh Tracey Indian Ocean Indonesian Indonesian mainland instruments Intercalary Notes intervals Java Javanese KEMANAK Kunst Madagascar Malagasy Mandinka Mantle Hood matter means multi-octave Nigeria Northern Rhodesia note Pélog octave orchestra outriggers P-class parallel Pélog Pélog scale Pélog-type Picture pitch played Portuguese Ranad Ek range resonator Sansa Sarons says semitone shows side slats Slendro South sticks suggest Thai theoretical Thume tone tribe Tuning Tables Venda West Africa Western whole word Xylo Xylophone area XYLOPHONES continued Yoruba