This is a paper I wrote when taking a course in functional programming. The text is interspersed with Haskell code, but you should be able to understand much of the theory without knowing Haskell.
The task was to create a program that would take a sequence of chords (expressed as "A", "Cm" etc.), and generate rudimentary accompaniment according to some predefined rules. Along with these instructions, we (the students) were also given a short introduction to music and harmony, expressed in a scientific way. Unfortunately, this introduction was terribly wrong on some points. I decided to ignore it and start from scratch, explaining all the theory my way in the paper.
I passed the course...
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Sun 25-Jul-2010 17:04
Sun 25-Jul-2010 18:10
ralph wrote:This page is generating a warning rather than showing the paper.
Thank you! Fixed.