Mauriac is a commune of central France, capital of an arrondissement in the département of Cantal, in the Auvergne, and 39 miles (63 km) north-northwest of Aurillac by rail. Mauriac, built on the slope of a volcanic hill, has a medieval church, and the buildings of an old abbey now used as public offices and dwellings; the town owes its origin to the abbey, which originated from a 6th century foundation.
Salers is a commune in the Cantal département in south-central France. It is famous for the Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) cheeses Cantal and Salers. It is also famous for the Salers breed of cattle that originated in this commune. It was pillaged by Rodrigo de Villandrando in the late 1430s, during the final phase of the Hundred Years' War.
Pierrefort is a French commune, situated on a southern slope in the department of Cantal in the region of Auvergne. It is approximately 130 km (81 mi) from Clermont Ferrand and 30 km (19 mi) from Saint-Flour
Cyclefly (typecased as CycleFly) were an alternative rock band from Cork, Ireland. The band had a cult underground following across the UK, Ireland, and the U.S. , and were famous amongst fans for lead singer Declan O'Shea's wild on-stage persona and intense live presence. He was often known to climb to the top of lighting rigs and jump into the crowd. The band's work is also recognizable for the high-pitched, almost synthesized-sounding voice of O'Shea.
A Pythagorean limma is an interval of 256/243. It is about 90.22 cents. It can be thought of as the difference between three octaves and five just fifths, and functions as a diatonic semitone in a Pythagorean tuning. It is slightly smaller than its enharmonic equivalent, the Pythagorean apotome, in contrast to diatonic and chromatic semitones in meantone temperament and 5-limit just intonation.