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A Note Which is the Equivalent of Some Other Note but Spelled Differently
C-sharp and D-flat are equivalent
The Small Interval Between Two Enharmonic Notes Tuned in Different Ways
A-flat tuned as a major third below C and G-sharp tuned as a major third above E will not be exactly the same note.
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Tuning That Does Not Use the Common European 12-tone System
From “xenia” (hospitable) and “xenos” (foreign)

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