I’m going to start by outlining the aspects of the system. For starters, I’m listing the table of contents; I’ll later break this down into separate sections with explanatory text discussing the meaning of his cryptic sounding terms. Hopefully I can provide some correlation of the techniques within the vocabulary and theoretical world of a classically trained musician.
Once this broad goal is accomplished, or perhaps as I go, I will consider some potential programming implementations of the techniques within the software musicians frequently use today.
5 Replies to “Introduction to Schillinger”
I for one would love to see some of the blogs that may have been here. I’ve been looking forever for a proper introduction to the Schillinger System without having to pay a ton of money to learn it.
I like to know more about it…
I’m an italian music student
I’m interested to download a full pdf of the Schillinger system (1600 pp. and more, I know).
I’m from Italy, and I can’t buy it for studying in my country (over 450 euros from germany or england, i.e. over 570 usd)
I can pay for the pdf, at a raisonable price, obviuosly, via paypal or some other way
could you help me in some way?
(forget my english)
I have this book full pdf version.
if you want to get it, I can give it to you. you can contact me about this subject. email@example.com
yet another valient attempt to demystify Schillinger which never got traction it would seem. Would love to see a tutorial on how to read the schillinger math symbols, which simply never makes any sense to me.