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Is there an application of [Modes of Limited Transposition in Microtonality] to produce anything meaningful musically? The TL;DR answer is (or, seems to be) no, at least not explicitly. However... Messaien's Modes of Limited Transposition are a special case of Transpositional Symmetry, a concept from Musical Set Theory, which refers to any set of pitches ...


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"Multiple notes at a same time, usually dissonant" are called multiphonics. I imagine they'd be hard to serialise for recorders due to the many variations out there, but for saxophone they have been recorded by John Gross (in his "Multiphonics for the Saxophone" book) and are available from some online resources too. Likewise, they are ...


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This week’s video from Sarah Jeffery on the Team Recorder channel covers playing ‘Austro’ by Giorgio Tedde, which calls for some unconventional fingerings. The video is at , the section on unconventional fingering starts at about 06:00. I’m sure there are many other contemporary recorder pieces and techniques that call for non-...


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