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comment How can I play my new tenor recorder (a'=440) along with someone playing a harpsichord (a'=415)?
Aha! I'm glad we have a real recorder player on Musical Practice and Performance. Welcome, @ohmi.
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comment How can I play my new tenor recorder (a'=440) along with someone playing a harpsichord (a'=415)?
A non-complicated, inauthentic but practical solution would be to play your recorder with a keyboardist playing a modern digital piano with a harpsichord sound; they can be instantly transposed and tuned to different historical tunings or 12-tone equal temperament with the push of a couple of buttons.
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revised How can I play my new tenor recorder (a'=440) along with someone playing a harpsichord (a'=415)?
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comment How can I play my new tenor recorder (a'=440) along with someone playing a harpsichord (a'=415)?
If you will Google me and send me a regular email, I can refer you to my friends the recorder player and the harpsichordist, and they can probably write to you with a definitive answer.
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answered How can I play my new tenor recorder (a'=440) along with someone playing a harpsichord (a'=415)?
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reviewed Edit dj tag wiki excerpt
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comment Improving Singing Clarity
I got awarded a Boba hat, but I preferred to keep the menorah hat instead.
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comment Improving Singing Clarity
Happy Holidays, dumbledad
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answered Improving Singing Clarity
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answered Why are pianos traditionally tuned “out of tune” at the extremes?
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comment Why are pianos traditionally tuned “out of tune” at the extremes?
The proper term for this practice in pianos is called "stretched tuning". en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stretched_tuning
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comment Linking organ pedals to a keyboard
I think the first link I sent you to (costing US $550) IS the route to the least expensive project. Good luck.
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answered Why does tab have CGCGCE instead of normal EADGBE?
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revised How many keys are enough to learn to play piano?
changed the word "clavier" to "piano"; this is more appropriate for English.