Author's main site: www.dragoii.com;
See also the web page dedicated to the G-clef piano/harp/accordion: www.dragoii.com/gcp
See also the web page dedicated to all proposed G-clef instruments: www.dragoii.com/gci
Figure. This is a tri-modular periodical musical staff (PMS) containing
bilinear modules BM4 (or simply “M4”), BM5 (/M5) and BM6(/M6)
(named/indexed as such because they contain the notes C4, C5 and C6 respectively)
For and audio demo of PMS (edited in MuseScore), see this URL!
(a Youtube audio-video version of this demo is available at this URL!)
The main preprints dedicated to PMS can be accessed here:
(preprint) LeadMuse - a new experimental music notation software (under construction) based on a new simple and practical numerical musical notation system (NMNS) and a modular periodic bilinear (musical) staff (MPBS), also proposing a universal G-clef unified notation for all orchestral instruments
Final note. The new generation of music pupils would NOT have to learn more than one clef and the visual patterns of only 7 note-positions on the musical staff to learn any instrument they like and to can easily read music written for any instrument (by using their own instrument): one language for all instruments must be a dream (and a target) for all teachers and students (and for all musical systems of teaching) and this dream will surely bring young people more close to music than any other musical notation update/upgrade.
Page written by dr. Andrei-Lucian Drăgoi, www.dragoii.com
Page created on: 14.10.2020; Last update on: 14.10.2020