[Smt-talk] Craig's List

Isaac Malitz imalitz at omsmodel.com
Sun Apr 28 22:48:20 PDT 2013

Aren't there computer programs that can write conventional fugues?
If so, then what is the point of a student writing a conventional fugue 
as an excercise?
Wouldn't it be more useful for a student to study the algorithms that 
can generate a conventional fugue?

(I think the above are very interesting questions)

Isaac Malitz, Ph.D.
imalitz at omsmodel.com

> This notice on Craig's List was brought to my attention:
> "I am willing to pay $50 on paypal for a someone who has advanced 
> classical composition skills to write my final project for my 
> Counterpoint II class. It is two sections of an invention including 
> the exposition and episodes and modulation. It would need to be done 
> on finale or cyballius.

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