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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the All-Interval 12-Tone Rows

This article revisits the generation, classification and categorization of all-intervals 12-tone series (AIS). Inspired by the seminal work of Morris and Starr in 1974 (Morris and Starr, The Structure of All-Interval Series 1974), it expands their analysis using complex network theory and provides composers and theorists with the re-ordering scheme that links all AISs together by chains of relations.


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