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Septimal melody no. 2 [music] : song without words : for soprano and archiphone/ Bill Coates
Bib ID 1350837
Format MusicMusic
Author
Coates, Bill
 
Description [Grosvenor Place, N.S.W. : Reproduced and distributed by Australian Music Centre, 1999] 
1 score (12 p.) ;  
Notes

Facsimile of composer's score.

Spiral binding.

Music written in the temperament of 31 notes to the octave.

Subjects Songs (High voice) with electronics.  |  Microtonic music.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Australian Music Centre

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