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Romantic period
===Gweats Dynasty music===
Composer Tsăhong Tamdi's treatise [[Literature:Elements of Harmony|''Elements of Harmony'']], which describes Partchian tonality diamonds, came to codify Windermere imperial courtly music. In particular, he recommended against using fixed-pitch instruments, arguing that they were expressively limited. This recommendation was lasting in influence - most instruments used in traditional Talman music are flexible-pitch instruments. Since Mărotłism banned the killing of mammals but not of fish, fish glue and hide hoof glue could be used for repairs instead of hide glue. Hence viola organistas could still be commonly used in imperial Windermere music.===''Săφnga cămχüüm''===During the later Gweats era, there was a musical movement, ''săφnga cămχüüm'' (much like our medieval era's ''ars subtilior'') of restricting to smaller subgroups of JI in music. Small EDOs that represented these JI subgroups accurately were also used.
===Fnüeng Dynasty music===
There was The Fnüeng era saw a musical movement (much like our medieval era's ''ars subtilior'') of restricting return to smaller subgroups of JI in musicearlier just intonation scales, such as otonal scales over a drone, or tonality diamonds. Small EDOs that represented these JI subgroups accurately were also This period usedmore folk music influences.
Thanks to the invention of the printing press, many works of music survive from the late Fnüeng dynasty period.
===Romantic period===
*[[Verse:Tricin/Rewhd Sgutsis|Rewhd '''Sgutsis''']] was a prolific [[Skellan]] composer and music theorist, known for pioneering work on EDOs.
*Jamon '''Sewvore''' was a student of Sgutsis, and invented the isomorphic keyboard, called the ''sewvore'' in Eevo.
*Keopran '''Djangeodae''' was a famous [[Anbirese]] composer of ''łylám''s.
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