A Practical Approach to Sixteenth-Century Counterpoint by Robert Gauldin

By Robert Gauldin

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62 O’Halloran’s complete calculations and description of the “paradox” are rather complex and require some clarification before they are of any use in this context. In summary, O’Halloran relates the musical scale to the architectural referent, the 2x2 geographic-foot “mason’s module”, two modules being analogous to what are normally referred to as two tetrachords (O’Halloran 2004, 3). 30414 Hz is derived (2004, 47), where the scale passes from a’ to g’’. When the mason’s module is “tweaked” with reference to the Sothic Great Year 61 It should be made clear that O’Halloran is not a scholar in the academic sense, but an enthusiast, and there has been no attempt on my part to challenge his writings in a systematic academic manner (though it can be seen that questionable results may have been the result of judicious rounding of decimals).

57 More specifically, my objective at this stage was not to “learn” Pd per se, but to use it to achieve my compositional aims. 58 Secondly, after adopting a freely available program designed for widespread use, I had no wish to personalise it to the extent that my patches would not load without special compiling. My intention was to ensure that my work would always load on the “standard” version of Pd; complexity will be developed through the building up of basic processes. pdf>. html>. info>. 3.

The apparent awkwardness of assigning c’ to middle-C is explained by the assignation of the pitch C for the bottom note of an 8-foot stop on organ manuals. ] 1944, 1969, 1970, 1976). It is, perhaps, particularly relevant to use it here in acknowledgement of Helmholtz’s analysis of overtones (including combination and summation tones and beats). 0292186 (2004, 54) rather than 2:2. 0292186 expressive of the Great Year (2004, 54), the twin being the “foundation of all measures” (2004, 62). 1751 (2004, 64).

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