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IL SISTEMA ASSIOMATICO-DEDUTTIVO DEGLI ELEMENTI ARMONICI DI ARISTOSSENO

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<title> SUMMARY </title>The aims of Aristoxenus' Harmonic Elements are very general, and consist in applying Aristotelian Logic and Theory of Science in order to construct an axiomatic theory of music harmony. In our investigation, which concerns the formal aspects of this attempt, we show (without much effort) the extreme fragility of the Aristossenian proofs, but also (and in this consists the most interesting part of our work) the great adequacy of his set of axioms. To obtain the latter result we have constructed a new theory, that we call 'Sistema Tetracordale', which employs only these axioms.

Affiliations: 1: Università di Siena

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2002-01-01
2016-12-10

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