## bluemusic-users

 [Bluemusic-users] New piece: Passacaglia and Fugue State From: Dave Seidel - 2005-03-07 14:24:22 ```I have posted a new piece called "Passacaglia and Fugue State" to http://mysterybear.net/articles/10. This was written with Steven Yi's blue with canonical Csound and some help from Scala. It's my third in a series of three pieces based on La Monte Young's sine-tone installations -- this one is inspired by (take a deep breath) "The Base 9:7:4 Symmetry in Prime Time When Centered above and below The Lowest Term Primes in The Range 288 to 224 with The Addition of 279 and 261 in Which The Half of The Symmetric Division Mapped above and Including 288 Consists of The Powers of 2 Multiplied by The Primes within The Ranges of 144 to 128, 72 to 64 and 36 to 32 Which Are Symmetrical to Those Primes in Lowest Terms in The Half of The Symmetric Division Mapped below and Including 224 within The Ranges 126 to 112, 63 to 56 and 31.5 to 28 with The Addition of 119". I hope you enjoy it. Comments are always welcome! - Dave -- Dave Seidel [blog] http://superluminal.com/dave/weblog [music] http://mysterybear.net ```
 Re: [Bluemusic-users] New piece: Passacaglia and Fugue State From: steven yi - 2005-03-08 05:22:55 ```Hi Dave, Congratulations on the new piece, and thanks very much for sharing your work! ^_^ steven Dave Seidel wrote: > I have posted a new piece called "Passacaglia and Fugue State" to > http://mysterybear.net/articles/10. > > This was written with Steven Yi's blue with canonical Csound and some > help from Scala. It's my third in a series of three pieces based on > La Monte Young's sine-tone installations -- this one is inspired by > (take a deep breath) "The Base 9:7:4 Symmetry in Prime Time When > Centered above and below The Lowest Term Primes in The Range 288 to > 224 with The Addition of 279 and 261 in Which The Half of The > Symmetric Division Mapped above and Including 288 Consists of The > Powers of 2 Multiplied by The Primes within The Ranges of 144 to 128, > 72 to 64 and 36 to 32 Which Are Symmetrical to Those Primes in Lowest > Terms in The Half of The Symmetric Division Mapped below and Including > 224 within The Ranges 126 to 112, 63 to 56 and 31.5 to 28 with The > Addition of 119". > > I hope you enjoy it. Comments are always welcome! > > - Dave > ```