Category:Easley Blackwood's notation

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Easley Blackwood, Jr. uses a separate system of notation for each equal temperament from 13 to 24.

For example, in 16 equal temperament intervals are notated similarly to those they approximate and there are fewer enharmonic equivalents (than in 12 equal temperament).[1] In 21 equal temperament intervals are notated similarly to those they approximate and there are different enharmonic equivalents (than in 12 equal temperament).[2]

Sources[edit]

  1. Myles Leigh Skinner (2007). Toward a Quarter-tone Syntax: Analyses of Selected Works by Blackwood, Haba, Ives, and Wyschnegradsky, p.55. ISBN 9780542998478.
  2. Douglas Keislar; Easley Blackwood; John Eaton; Lou Harrison; Ben Johnston; Joel Mandelbaum; William Schottstaedt (Winter, 1991). "Six American Composers on Nonstandard Tunnings ", p.190, Perspectives of New Music, Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 176-211.

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