Retired Canadian Music Theorist. Holds degrees in Music from the University of Regina, University of British Columbia, and Michigan State University. Published "Dodecaphonic Tonality" in 2013.
e-mail address: Nonaphonic_Bi-Modality@shaw.ca
How do you approach cover design?
My publisher did a fantastic job by using examples from the book on the cover.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
More than five books on Music Theory, Mathematics and Music, Acoustics, Music History, History of Music Theory, Psychology of Music, Piano, Organ. Why? These are my lifelong interests.
Presents new Dodecaphonic Tonal sets and leads readers through Expanded Diatonicism, Nonaphonic and Decaphonic Bi-modality, culminating with “The World’s Best Dodecaphonic Tonal Set.” He illustrates Semi-Modulation through Rotating Quintcircles. Relative Compatibility of Keys and Chromatic Clashes of Tones are also explored. Composers will benefit from this groundbreaking new system.