Scale of The Great Highland Bagpipe (GHB)

This is (Work In Progress) WIP: Challenging the status quo.  Is the GHB low A tuned to 480Hz?

Definition of music.  A tone or frequency that sounds pleasant to the human ear.
Definition of one octave: The distance between one note and the next note bearing its same name.
Definition of GHB Notes: Low G, Low A, B, C, D, E, F, High G, High A.

Question:  Using any musical, which note is the starting note of the octave?

 

Therefore, by definition, one octave of the GHB is from Low G to High G. Count of 7 notes.  With most instruments and in music theory students are taught that one octave consists of 12 notes. Six whole tones and six non-whole (#) tones.  Together, these make up 12 notes, also referred to as 12 semitones.

Notes, C, C# ,D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A#, B, C.  Whole notes C,D,E,F#,G#,A#,C

The GHB consists of seven (7) notes in one (1) Octave.  Why is this important to know?  The GHB is based off of what is known as the Pentatonic Scale https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentatonic_scale.

The Scots added 

 

References:
Caption John A. MacLellan
Ewam MacPherson, 1998 https://publish.uwo.ca/~emacphe3/pipes/acoustics/pipescale.html

Author: Bill Muzzy Date: January 28, 2014

 

Item Note Hz Diff Comment Diff 2
Base Drone 1 115 .25   =0.25
Tenor Drone 2 230 .5   =0.5
Chanter          
1 LOW G 414 .90    
2 LOW A 460 1.00 Consider the CHTR Base Use =1.0
3 B 529 1.15    
4 C 575 1.25   =2.0
5 D 621 1.35    
6 E 690 1.50   =3.0
7 F 759 1.65  NORMAL  
  F 805 1.75 PB? CHECK THIS OUT FOR "F" =4.0
8 HIGH G 828 1.80    
9 HIGH A 928 2.00   =5.0