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INDEX
PRESENTATION
, by Franco Mannino
PREFACE
, by Zhao Feng
AUTHOR'S PREFACE
INTRODUCTION
THE FORMAL STRUCTURE AND THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF HEXAGRAM NOTATION
THE HEXAGRAM NOTATION STAFF SYSTEM AND RULES FOR ITS APPLICATION
A. The "Great staff" of 13 lines of the Hexagram
B. The "Complete staff" of the Hexagram
C. The relationship between the "Great staff" and the "Complete staff" of the Hexagram
D. The "Middle staff" ("Alto staff" and "Tenor staff") of the Hexagram
E. The "Transitional staff" of the Hexagram
F. The "Inferential staff" of the Hexagram
G. The "Demonstrative staff" of the Hexagram
H. The notation of the 24tone equaltemperament system
I. The new order of Hexagram notation and rules applied in the full score
J. The Tonic Do/La solfeggio (relative solfeggio) notation and the applicative modality of the generalization on the Hexagram
THE FUNCTION AND MEANING OF HEXAGRAM NOTATION
CONCLUSION
APPENDIX (1)
Synopsis of the diagram of musical instruments and human voices, with the notation in the respective keys and with real sounds, referring to the frequencies on the Hexagram
APPENDIX (2)
System of the keyssignature in Hexagram notation
APPENDIX (3)
Unified "Complete staff" of 27 gradual lines
Example 1.
FOR PIANO
(With the unified "Complete staff" of 27 gradual lines of the Hexagram notations)
CONCERTO N°1 IN Bb minor Op.23, by Peter Tschaikovsky
Example 2.
FOR PIANO
(With the "Great staff" of 13 lines of the Hexagram notation)
PAGE FROM ALBUM: "For Elise", by Ludwig van Beethoven
Example 3.
FOR VOICE WITH PIANO ACCOMPANIMENT
(The part of voice with the Tonic Do/La solfeggio notation on the Hexagram)
'O Sole Mio (Neapolitan song)
Example 4.
FOR CHORUS
(With the Tonic Do/La solfeggio notation on the Hexagram)
Frère Jacques (Brother John / Bruder Jakob / Fader Jakob...)
RESEARCH MATERIALS AND SOME CONSIDERATIONS
General observations on proposals of music notation reform
How to evaluate the need for Pentagram notation reform
How to evaluate the possibilities of Pentagram notation reform
Reference 1.
THE MUSIC NOTATION REFORM PLAN IN THE "TREATISE ON THE HEXAGRAM" ACADEMIC STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS AND THEORETICAL APPLICATIVE CONNOTATIONS
Reference 2.
PRESENTATION OF THE FIRST ITALIAN EDITION
by Editrice Europea, Rome 1990
Reference 3.
SOME INFORMATION AND SITUATIONS WORTHY OF ATTENTION
RECAPITULATIONS AND CONSIDERATIONS
, by Wu Dao Gong
ENTERTAINMENT.
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