Reuter Musical Dice Games (ger
by Mozart, Haydn and other great composers
CD-ROM - Sheet Music

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SKU: HL.49041801

By Mozart, Haydn and other great composers. Composed by Christof Reuter. Recording mediums. Schott Music Software. CD-ROM. Composed 2001. Schott Music #SMS 107. Published by Schott Music (HL.49041801).

ISBN 9783795760762. German.

Musical dice, a curio of musical history, was a favourite parlour game of the 18th century. The sequence of pre-composed bars is determined by the throw of the dice and the resulting piece sounds like a new composition.The CD-ROM 'Musical Dice' is a multimedia version of this historical pastime. Throw your own dice or leave it up to the computer - your PC will play the finished piece of music right away or print it out for you to play later on keyboard or piano. Or you can save the piece as a MIDI-file and e-mail it to all your friends as a musical greeting! Export your MIDI-files to a sequencer and create different instrumental parts and arrangements.

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