Here's a page from Xenakis's notebooks, which, if I'm reading it right, shows him working through the colour coding system for some of his scores:
Just stumbled upon these scans, some more scores by Roland Kayn.
Kayn is the absolute best
Just managed to track down a copy of this book (finally):Sense Sound Sound Sense
Will post some pics or track down online versions of my fav scores when I get a chance
Share a review when you finish if you can!
This is a book of graphic scores, edited by Michael Anzuoni and Lea Bertucci that may be interesting to some here:
That looks fantastic!
Not fully fleshed out, but the beginning of some ideas…
Wow! I’ve seen some of these before. Amazed at the detail in these. Need to do several reread of this thread.
New. Relevant. EDIT: oops I see someone beat me to it above.
The designer I am is in awe. I had no idea those existed. Amazing. Keep posting!
A really amazing find!
I don’t know if it’s been posted yet, but Sound American is a site run by the great composer/trumpeter Nate Wooley and it’s got composer specific issues that do deep dives into different music systems. The issue on Anthony Braxton is highly recommended.
Also Nate’s in the book that was mentioned earlier.
Some more beautiful Bussotti scores:
New graphic score by Giorgio Sancristoforo:
interesting stuff on here. also has a small gallery of weird musical scores: http://iberia.music.coocan.jp/score_gallery.htm
Thank you for sharing!