Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Bethoveen’s original manuscript
I’m used to say here that traditional notation lacks expression in relation to graphic notation. But no matter what code, a manuscript is always a graphical expression.
Quoting Aaron Copland “Examining a music manuscript, inevitably I sense the man behind the notes. The fascination of a composer’s notation is the fascination of human personality.”

Bethoveen’s original manuscript

I’m used to say here that traditional notation lacks expression in relation to graphic notation. But no matter what code, a manuscript is always a graphical expression.

Quoting Aaron Copland “Examining a music manuscript, inevitably I sense the man behind the notes. The fascination of a composer’s notation is the fascination of human personality.”

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