JimLucas Posted April 2, 2020 Share Posted April 2, 2020 18 minutes ago, Dowright said: There is also a 31-key Baritone/Bass. I'm guessing that what you're calling "Baritone/Bass" are what Wheatstone called "bass-baritone". I.e., as with "tenor-treble", the first part of the name indicates the low end of the range, while the second part indicates what pitch sounds for fingering (end-to-end, etc.) equivalent to a treble. In fact, a Wheatstone bass-baritone is exactly like a tenor-treble, but sounding entirely an octave lower, just as a baritone sounds an octave lower than a treble. Am I right, or is there some other difference? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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