Hints for Act III Scene 2 -
Die Wohltemperierte Sequenz
One of the advantages of equal temperament is that pieces can be transposed in to any key. On another note, you should never read a sequel before you've finished the first book...
You only need nine things from the puzzle's Contents before its End. How do all the fugues fit in?
What are the differences between the two books, and what exactly is this 'well-tempered sequence'? You will encounter a golden sequence along the way.
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