>My local University, on the other hand, treats its instruments so
>shabbily that one after another quits working - and the only one
>left for the Professor's studio is the Pseudoerensis from maybe
>1670, which is gradually getting beat to smitherines.
>bah! As far as I can make out, they do everything at 440+, too.
Last time I looked in on our Univ.'s 67 Dowd single (neglected in a
basement practice room), the bottom octave was a whole tone ABOVE 440 and
and the treble end was a minor third above that! It's enough to make you
cry. No broken strings, though - I spoze that was in the day of
>This feels like a low pitch day - at least, after the dentist.
Hope everything comes out okay, David.