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Alternate Tuning Systems (Color-Code Notation)

(A 41-tone system presented here in equal division, the ratios on the charts are used as a point-of-reference in corresponding to the harmonic spectrum)

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Some basic examples in alternate tuning and timbre

Progressions, Modes, Sequences, and Free Improvisation

41et - Harmonizing the chromatic scale (A chromatic progression)

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A 20 sec' excerpt from Free Improvisation in a 164-tone system

A Sequence (Excerpt from my composition Poème 3:32' - 4:16')

An 11-tone mode harmonized and corresponds to bassoon multiphonics

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Developing New Musical Instruments

41et Guitar - Video

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Experimental composition for Bassoon and MIDI in alternate tuning systems

Excerpt from the composition in MIDI version

Excerpt from experimental music performance

* Additional composition in alternate tuning is in the Writing section below.

RTSMCS (Real-Time Spatial Music Composition System)

Physical Interaction Design inspired by body gestures, and Sound Algorithms Development in Spatial Music

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Yossi Tamim Ensemble - The DiMenna Center for Classical Music (New York)

Composition with improvisation parts for a string quartet, electric guitar, upright bass, piano, and drums

Listen through 0:00' - 4:30'  m.1-116

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From my CD recording "One Movement" (Acoustic Recording Studio, New York)

Composition with improvisation parts for a string quartet, electric guitar, upright bass, piano, and drums

Listen to the entire opening (A1): 0:00' - 2:35'  m.1-95

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ShapeShifter Lab (Brooklyn, New York)

Composition with improvisation parts based on the Double to the Allemanda from Bach's Partita No. 1 for Violin in B minor BWV 1002. Electric guitar, upright bass, piano, and drums.

Listen through 1:00' - 3:35' (Chart follows at 1:26')

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Yossi Tamim Ensemble - The DiMenna Center for Classical Music (New York)

String quartet

Listen through 7:22' - 9:10' m.192-253 (Indicated on the score in p.11 and p.14)

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CV, and Academic Writing

(Files can be accessed via the hyperlinks below)

("Goldberg 25" from writing sample #2 is below)

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