[Menvi-discuss] post-tonal theory/braille music?
data at papermusic.org
Thu Dec 1 08:16:55 PST 2011
I've done a fair number of post-tonal works. It's not a lot, but when you
get your syllabus (request it early from the instructor) post a list of
pieces on this list and perhaps, between all of us, we might be able to
Music consultation and transcription services.
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[mailto:menvi-discuss-bounces at menvi.org]On Behalf Of Dave Bahr
Sent: Wednesday, November 30, 2011 12:21 AM
To: menvi-discuss at menvi. org
Subject: [Menvi-discuss] post-tonal theory/braille music?
It appears that I am going to be taking a post-tonal (20th century)
theory course next semester. It's required, can't get out of it. I'm
wondering if anyone has either a. transcribed any post-tonal music or b.
knows anyone who works in the field of 20th century music and is blind
or has taught a blind student. Braille music was obviously not meant to
represent sets of pitch classes, but has there been some sort of way to
deal with serialism and tone rows and the like? I know that there is
Nymeth code for working with a matrix but I used it only once years ago.
I have not seen the Joseph Straus post-tonal theory book in braille but
do have a copy of it in pdf from the publisher. Any help or suggestions
about this topic are greatly appreciated.
Dave C. Bahr
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