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>Does anyone know whowas their Pythagoras or Aristoxenus and what the classic works are ?
A good place to start for South Indian music is P. Sambamoorthy, _South
Indian Music_ Books 1-5.
Your web site is great. Do you have any more information about the page of
Coptic music manuscript you have included? It's astonishing.
>From: Daniel Wolf <DJWOLF_MATERIAL@...>Is this a classic or a modern exposition? What about classics from the
>A good place to start for South Indian music is P. Sambamoorthy, _South
>Indian Music_ Books 1-5.
>Do you have any more information about the page ofAt a site for the 5th congress of coptic studies:
>Coptic music manuscript you have included? It's astonishing.
about halfway down is this report of a paper given:
"The Gulezyan Manuscripts: Possible Remnants of Ancient Coptic Musical
Notation? (Eng), by Dr. Marian Robertson-Wilson. This presentation was about
some vellum leaves that was once owned by Gulezyan family, and could
possibly include ancient Coptic musical notations. Such notations are
differentiated by different sizes and colors. The whereabouts of such
manuscript are not known at this time. The interpretation given to the
musical nature of such notational system is interesting, but further work
need to be done. I feel that Dr. Robertson is quite capable to handle such
But I have not had time to go try to dig it up at the library....
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