Kinds of Intonation?


There are three main kinds of intonation. These are just intonation, equal temperament, and Pythagorean intonation. Intonation is the change is vocal pitch to convey grammatical information or a personal attitude. It is the melody or music of language and each different language around the world has its own special inotations. American English and British English both have their own special inotations that are unique just to them. An example of inotation is the tone of the voice and the rising and falling pitch associated.
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Answer There are two types. JI= Just intonation ET= Equal temperment
I don't recommend electronic tuners, mostly because of the fact that the tuner's tone is so different from any instrument with which you would try to play in tune (except perhaps
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The 3 basic types of intonation patterns are JUST INTONATION, EQUAL TEMPERMENT, and PYTHAGOREON INTONATION. :
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