|Title:||MUSIC THEORY A PROGRAMMING LINGUISTIC APPROACH
|Authors:||Stephen W. Smoliar
|Abstract:||EUTERPE is an on-line, real-time computer-music system currently in operation at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. It was designed to enable the representation of a musical score in the format of an extended assembly language for a special-purpose parallel processor. Through this system, many conventional concepts of musicology have analogous concepts as programs or meta-programs. Thus, a programming language may be used to model a musical composition more formally than conventional musicology permits. Furthermore, such models may then be manipulated by programs which produce original compositions.|
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