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Episode Info: We talk about the microtonal pop duo Syzygys and how they play with Harry Partch’s 43-tone Genesis scale. How do you make music sound interesting when your keyboard has less range than an ocarina? How do you tune a reed organ to 11-limit JI without a computer? Why did György Ligeti almost buy Syzygys’s microtonal keyboard? Find out in this episode!   Music Intro: D.P.O. - Syzygys  Bewitched - Harry Partch And on the Seventh Day Petals Fell in Petaluma - Harry Partch Syzygy Moon - Syzygys Classical dan bau - Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre Ensemble (Ha noi, Vietnam 2011) Dost Dost Diye Hayalına Yeldiğim - Aşık Veysel Fonce 13 - Syzygys Fauna Grotesque - Syzygys Spatial Harmonics - Dolores Catherino Outro: Furacoco - Syzygys   Links Syzygys website Hitomi Shimizu website Bandcamp 43-tone organ on you tube Otona CD ( You can buy CD from Syzygys website when international mail service resumes) Complete Studio Recordings Eyes On Green - Live At Tokyo Inkstick   Support us on Patreon!   Follow   Subscribe RSS: iTunes:… Spotify:… Stitcher: Twitter: Facebook: YouTube:
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