Theoretically Informed Intonation

As I update the Blackboard content for my students at Towson University, I came across a paper I wrote during my graduate study at Eastman School of Music and have decided that it’s worth sharing. If you are interested in how music theory might influence choices you make about tuning, especially in chamber music performance, then please read, comment, and share. Of particular interest is an experimental model of a hybridized tuning theory applied to the opening movement of Beethoven’s gnarly Op. 131:

Theoretically Informed Intonation