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Title The Computer and music. Edited by Harry B. Lincoln.

Imprint Ithaca, Cornell University Press [1970]


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 Axe 2nd Floor Stacks  786.76 C739    ---  Available
Description xvi, 354 p. illus., facsims., music. 25 cm.
Contents Musicke's handmaiden, by E. A. Bowles.--From musical ideas to computers and back, by H. Brun.--Ethics and esthetics of computer composition, by G. Strang.--Music composed with computers, by L. Hiller.--MUSPEC, by J. P. Citron.--Webern's use of motive, by M. E. Fiore.--Toward a theory of Webernian harmony, by R. Fuller.--Harmony before and after 1910, by R. Jackson.--Permutations of a twelve-tone row, by G. Lefkoff.--Programs involving numerically related tones, by I. Morton and J. Lofstedt.--Possibilities for equally tempered systems, by W. Stoney.--Root progression and composer identification, by J. Youngblood.--Analysis of Javanese music, by F. Lieberman.--Computer-oriented comparative musicology, by B. Suchoff.--Numerical methods of comparing musical styles, by F. Crane and J. Fiehler.--Style analysis by computer, by A. J. Gabura.--Toward a French chanson catalog, by B. Hudson.--Transcription of tablature to standard notation, by W. Earle Hultberg.--Melodic borrowings among organa dupla, by T. Karp.--MIR, a simple programming language, by M. Kassler.--Automated catalog for scores and phonorecords, by J. W. Tanno, A. G. Lynn, and R. E. Roberson.
Subject Music -- Data processing.
Computer music.
Added Author Lincoln, Harry B.
ISBN 0801405505

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