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Paul Sampson
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A B♭ in my bonnet
There’s no shortage of material about George Russell’s “Lydian Chromatic Concept” on the ‘tubes, but much of it is geometrically justified by some interpreters and – consequently - may come across as something from the Green Ink Brigade, i.e. a little crank...

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Marking the spproach to the end of a year with so many losses

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Apparently I increase my chances of winning by increasing the number of folk competing against me.

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A combinatorial explosion of competition entries is not guaranteed.

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A blog and a half - what might you infer from a bunch of midi streams? How would you instrument a sequence of short notes? What if they were all the same note but in an obvious pattern? Would you infer percussion? What about parallel lines of long notes - would you infer sustained harmonies? How much about the instrument can you infer from pitch?

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Crumbling

A slow 16 minute Chamber Orchestra piece for 24 musicians

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Paul Sampson commented on a post on Blogger.
Note that google's EXPORT BLOG (Settings/Other) facility also exports any PAGEs (as well as POSTs) that you may have in your blog. The default transform.xsl template can be easily modified by duplicating the entire xsl:template rule for
 match="atom:entry[atom:category/@term='http://schemas.google.com/blogger/2008/kind#post']"
and altering the copy's match to
 match="atom:entry[atom:category/@term='http://schemas.google.com/blogger/2008/kind#page']"

I.e. the entire (currently final) <xsl:template>...</xsl:template> can be copied and pasted just after it, and altered by substituting #page for #post (the processing for pages and posts is identical). Do this, and your pages, as well as your posts, will also be presented to you in IE for import into word.

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Paul Sampson commented on a post on Blogger.
Just a shame that MS-Word doesn't do very much with animated gifs!
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