Fundamental Principles of Just Intonation and Microtonal Composition by Marc Sabat and Thomas Nicholson (2018) • text
The Extended Helmholtz-Ellis JI Pitch Notation by Marc Sabat, trans. Natalie Pfeiffer (2005) • text
John Cage and the Theory of Harmony by James Tenney (1983) • text • diagrams transcribed in HEJI
the interaction of tone / diagrams and texts by Catherine Lamb • link
The Classical Indian Just Intonation Tuning System notated by Wolfgang von Schweinitz in HEJI Notation (2007) • text with a commentary by musicologist Prof. P. Sambamurthy copied from his great anthology ‘SOUTH INDIAN MUSIC’
Revisiting the Medieval Treatises on Iranian Music by Idin Samimi Mofakham • link
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