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Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)ix-xii
JournalComputational Music Science
StatePublished - 2017

Bibliographical note

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According to Birkhäuser’s initial plan in 1996, this book was first conceived as an English translation of my former book Geometrie der Töne [682], since the German original had suffered from its restricted access to the international public. However, the scientific progress since 1989, when it was written, has been considerable in theory and technology. We have known new subjects, such as the denotator concept framework, performance theory, and new software platforms for composition, analysis, and performance, such as RUBATO or OpenMusic. Modeling concepts via the denotator approach in fact results from an intense collaboration of mathematicians and computer scientists in the object-oriented programming paradigm and supported by several international research grants.

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