The reason that JI and other high-dimensional tunings have been a mainstay in Talman music for so long was that no equal temperament of reasonable size supported all of the features that Talman composers desired, and that fixed pitch instruments were disfavored partly because of vegetarianism disallowing the use of animal glue.
=== The Early Windermere musical tradition was based on throat-singing. Primes higher than 5 may have come from an early tradition of throat singing where having a deep voice and the ability to throat-sing higher harmonics (11-14) clearly was seen as a mark of masculinity. ===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 hoof glue could be used for repairs instead of hide glue. Hence viola organistas could still be commonly used in imperial Windermere music.
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.
The Fnüeng era saw a return to earlier just intonation scales, such as otonal scales over a drone, or tonality diamonds. This period used more folk music influences.
Thanks to the invention of the printing press, many works of music survive from the late Fnüeng dynasty period.
Tuning-wise, the Classical period used scales that [[Verse:Tricin/Etsoj Jopah|Etsoj Jopah]] discovered, such as C(n,k)-anies, Euler-Fokker genera and other CPS's; constant structures.
After the Jeodganite Revolution, some Ngronaist sects such as Hyðahism required strict vegetarianism (thus fish glue was not allowed), thus banning certain fixed pitch instruments like viola organistas and harpsichords. Composers started to use effectively free JI, with more modulation, with each scale playing a role like the tonic.