If there is a fundamental notion in music, it is indeed that of accuracy. And, as soon as one takes a closer look, the question of temperaments arises, especially for those who devote themselves to "early" music but also for the "modern" musician. These unloved and misunderstood elements of music theory nevertheless open up a whole universe of musical expression that is too often overlooked.
Through a clear presentation rich in illustrations, through the continuous back and forth between theory and practice by means of numerous exercises, and finally through several possible levels of reading (from the explanation for the neophyte to the numerical analysis of certain baroque treatises), this method of tuning the harpsichord will allow you to understand in depth the problems of tuning, and to realize by ear temperaments in accordance with your musical desires. For the non-keyboardist, it will allow you to understand and consider in a new way the question of tuning.