"In the first, scratched-through text the problematic second syllable does look like u' = ver-, in the lower text it looks to me more like
"Vnūschaydenleich" which could be "unschaidenleich" with the initial syllable…"
"Merci! Moi non plus je ne vois pas de "T", mais il manque une lettre bleue. Et l'instrument nous offre un petit jeu etymologique: il a un visage barbu à droite (c'était peut-e.tre une après-pensée du…"
"Perhaps the tails of "y" and "g" in your "Fibyig" are in brown ink, not ruber, and are folds in the musician's robe.
I was imagining "Fibris", but from the apparent biblical context I Paralipomenon 15,28/…"
Merci pour la liste des autres possibilités pratiques pour altérer l'intonation!, je trouve surtout les deux premiers intéressant.
1. "agir avec le doigt sur le côté de la fenêtre du…"
"Thank you very much for these observations Christophe, I will look up your iconographical references- can I ask if one can also alter the tuning of a pipe usefully simply by disturbing it on its base? This is what St. Cecilia might be doing in…"
"Thank you. For clarity: The Erlangen clavichord mensuration pro clavichordys faciendis (the first of the 2 methods) tunes E as a pure third from C and H as a pure third from G, in the proportion 5:4. This is completely unambiguous in the…"
Thanks for this also, I must look at Ṣafī al-Dīn al-Urmawī. I regard the slightly earlier Heilsbronn/Erlangen clavichord tunings (Erlangen UB 554, mid 15th-century) as evidence of just intonations, but I admit they are preceded in the…"
Many thanks for your help, and helpful doubt. I know and admire Mark Lindley's observation of near-pure thirds over D, A, E in a Pythagorean tuning and their use in some music examples. I think he is still talking about a strict…"
"Can I ask whether you think that the dynamic possibilities could also be used to modulate pitch? I am interested in the possibility that early 15th-century organists used just intonations with occasional modifications that might be achieved by air…"