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Aleatoric / modern notation

From: James Harkins
Subject: Aleatoric / modern notation
Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2012 12:33:23 +0800
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Possibly a common question, sorry if asked and answered before, but Google 
failed me...

I'm considering some aleatoric notation (so-called "box notation") for a piece 
but couldn't find info in the manuals (the "contemporary notation" section of 
the 2.14.2 docs @ is empty), or in the LSR, or Google searches to 
find out how to realize it.

By "box notation" I mean collections of gestures/phrases, enclosed in a box, 
with an arrow indicating to keep doing that until the arrow stops. The phrases 
could use normal rhythmic notation or proportional notation without stems/flags.

Some time ago, somebody posted a link to Mike Solomon's "granini di luce 
beccucciati da uccelli di silenzio" as an example of contemporary notation. The 
attached pic from it illustrates more-or-less what I'm after (though I wouldn't 
need the slash).


James Harkins /// dewdrop world

"Come said the Muse,
Sing me a song no poet has yet chanted,
Sing me the universal."  -- Whitman

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