COMPUTER-AIDED CORRELATION OF MUSIC AND GRAPHIC IMAGE.

  • Goldberg T
  • Schrack G
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Abstract

Composers of contemporary music have shown an increasing interest in new graphic modes of notation replacing the traditional musical calligraphy. In some cases the whole composition is rendered complete in one graphic image, as in the 'scores' of the Greek composer Logothetis. In order to avoid graphic solutions which are merely subjective interpretations of the musical composition, the authors have held to the principle of isomorphism, that is, the likeness of structures in different media, in this case, computer graphics and computer music. The computer grants precision and verifiability to such correlations of graphic and musical structures.

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  • Th Goldberg

  • G. F. Schrack

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