[Smt-talk] Seeking interesting musical images

Conor Cook conor.p.cook at gmail.com
Sun Mar 30 18:07:52 PDT 2014

Edward Elgar’s “Bach in Four Clefs” is unique, or if its not, wherever it originally came from.

Conor Cook
MA Theory Program
University of Minnesota

Source: http://www.elgar.org/2article02.htm

On Mar 28, 2014, at 5:41 PM, Isaacson, Eric J <isaacso at indiana.edu> wrote:

> Dear Colleagues,
> I have been collecting musical "images" (figures, annotated musical examples, diagrams) that are important, iconic, controversial, historically significant, information-rich, unusually effective, simply unusual, or interesting in other ways. Do you have a favorite image that you think should be in my collection? References shared publicly or privately are welcome. 
> Eric Isaacson
> SMT Treasurer
> Associate Professor of Music Theory
> Director of Graduate Studies
> Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
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