Music Notation

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Hymnal in Hufnagel notation as part of Psalterium Moguntium, Mainz: Fust and Schöffer 1457 Printing and MS on vellum, Mainz, 1457.

MS in Latin on vellum, probably Blois, France ca 873, 36 lines in Carolingian minuscule with numerous 3-line capitals in green and red, 4 lines in rustic capitals, 1 line in capitals, 4-line dcorated capital A.

MS in Russian and German on paper, Hamburg, Germany, 1973-1975, 1 bifolium, each page ruled with 18 staves, with an explanation of the colour codes, autograph, signed.

MS in English and Italian on paper, Oslo, 1992-1993, 31+2+15 pp., 21x29 cm, single column, (18x25 cm), ruled for 9 staves in upper part.

MS and virtual reality plotter graphics in English, French and Portuguese on paper, New York, 1993, 

MS in Italian and English on paper, Oslo, 1982, 11 pp., 30x12 cm, (29x37 cm), mostly not ruled, photocopy of the 1968 version of music in graphic notation within 11 fields, the field M I added in red throughout, autograph. 

MS and virtual reality plotter graphics, based on drawings by Leonardo da Vinci, in English on paper, Locarno, Switzerland, 2007.

MS in Italian and French on paper, Italy, 1969, upper 1/3 of 1 f., 12x26 cm, graphic notation of music on 9 staves, with title, autograph, signed Syl B/1969.

MS in Tibetan on paper, Tibet, 19th c., 22 ff. (complete), 9x22 cm, single column, (7x19 cm), 4 lines in Tibetan dbu can book script, with Tibetan Yang-Yig graphic music notation in red and yellow

Blockprint and MS in Chinese on paper, China, 17th c., in Chinese book, Gongchi notation of music in red; 1 full-page frontispiece painted by Wang Wenhen.

Blockprint in Chinese on paper, China, 1417, stitched format (jingzhe zhuang), 30 characters in Chinese book script, Gongchi notation of music, decorated title page, 3 full-page illustrations.

Blockprint in Japanese on paper, Edo, Japan, 1811, Koto music notation, poems, in Shodo (calligraphic cursive script) and Kanji (Chinese characters), woodblocks unsigned, but numbered, 21 illustrations of the Koto, seals.