A vague recollection -
some decades past a seattle personage making objects which fit a
dictionary definition of "harpsichord" often strung the somewhat
foreshortened (on a heavy case) bottom notes (roughly FF to C) in
a white wire which someone told me might be berryl alloy. Would
this stuff, which iirc sounded a bit better than thick hard yellow
brass in this context, possibly have been this same thing?
One wonders whether there is a name for copper alloys with other
than the usual metals.
This mailbox is one of several to which mail is shunted when I'm
away from the Seattle computer.
No matter how the address above may read, the proper reply address
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