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Musical Pitch and International Agreement

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 April 2017

Jerry L. Weinstein
Affiliation:
Harvard Law School

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Copyright © American Society of International Law 1952

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1 The writer is grateful to Mr. William B. Field of the National Bureau of Standards in Washington for supplying some of the material used in this note.

2 The Annual Register (London, 1885, New Series), Pt. II, p. 4. In 1896 the Philharmonic Society in London adopted the “diapason normal,” and other private bodies followed suit.

3 De Martens, Nouveau Recueil Général de Traités 3rd Ser., Vol. XI (1922), p. 245.

4 For texts, see De Martens, op. cit., 3rd Ser., Vol. XI (1922), pp. 323, 691; and Vol. XII (1924), p. 423.

5 The Annual Register (London, 1939, New Series), Pt. II, p. 383.

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