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Subject: Commas (music), Orwell comma, Supermajor interval, Fifteenth, Subminor interval
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Septimal minor third on C About this sound   .

In music and tuning, the ragisma is an interval with the ratio of 4375:4374,[1] ≈0.396 cents (a superparticular ratio). It is usually defined as the difference between the septimal minor third (7:6) and two Bohlen–Pierce small semitones (27:25 About this sound   ). It is also the difference between minor Bohlen–Pierce diesis (245:243) and septimal semicomma (126:125). (About this sound   )


  1. ^ Haluska, Jan (2003). The Mathematical Theory of Tone Systems, p.xxviii. ISBN 80-88683-28-9.
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