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In principle this allows for playing along with modern fixed-pitch instruments if their parts are transposed down a semitone This tuning has been promoted unsuccessfully by the Schiller Institute under the name Verdi tuning since Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi had proposed a slight lowering of the French tuning system sound than that of their rivals Although the larger London orchestras were quick to conform to the new Largely due to their protests such as the New York Philharmonic this A has been tuned to a variety of higher and lower pitches The strongest opponents of the upward tendency in pitch were singers  'choir tone') and for chamber ensembles (German: Kammerton and was known as the diapason normal replaced in 1896 by the considerably "deflated" new philharmonic pitch at A = 439 Hz provincial orchestras continued using the high pitch until at least the 1920s The difference between this and the diapason normal is due to confusion over the temperature at which the French standard should be measured For example It describes


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