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Chapter One Nature of the Problem
Two The Aesthetic Problem
Three Experimental Music
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aesthetic application basic cadence cantus firmus settings Chapter choice chord chromatic music chromatic scale completed composer computer music computer programming concept considered digital computers dissonant dynamics Electronic Music entropy example Experiment Four Experiment Three experimental Experimental Music firmi first-order first-species four-part harmonic function harmonic subroutine high-speed ibid Illiac Suite information theory instruments interval row involved Lastly Markoff chain music means melodic intervals melodic line Minor second Minor sixth Monte Carlo method movement musical composition musical elements musical forms musical materials musical structures musique concrete notation octave range operation organized music permitted pitch playing instructions problem produce program music proximity function puter random integer random music repeat restrictions rhythm rhythmic samples score selection sequence significant simple sound specific strict counterpoint subroutine successive symbols Table tape technique tion tonality tone rows transition probabilities TRITONE RESOLUTION utilized values writing zeroth-order Markoff chain