In order for musicians to evaluate the proposal, they must adopt it enthusiastically to get a feel for what it can do. What Sagittal can notate is directly related to what we want to notate. This page, Sagittal Corner, is meant as a repository for materials which support the exploration of Sagittal notation.
Pain free guide to Sagittal by William Lynch
Sagittal notation guide for 24edo by William Lynch
Introductory examples by Hans Straub
Sagittal chord chart by Andrew Meronek
Plugins for using Sagittal notation in Sibelius 4 and up. By Jacob Barton. Hosted on this wiki. Donationware.
Support in Lilypond
Plugin for Sagitall notation in Lilypond by Graham Breed
Sometimes sagittal.org doesn't work. In those cases, visit http://dkeenan.com/sagittal/
For those attending Xenharmonic Praxis Summer Camp 2011
We will be attempting to use Sagittal notation during the camp! This is not to exclude other notations, or to mandate the use of notation at all. Please read the Sagittal introductory article and/or the mythical introduction as time and interest permits. Please make note of any questions or desires that arise in the course of reading. If you wish, you may add comments directly to this page with the "Edit this Page" button.
This page is incomplete, reflecting the finished work of an ongoing project.
Wish list for materials:
- Example scores for notating equal tunings
- Support files for using Sagittal in Finale, Sibelius, Mus2
Scores in Sagittal notation
- The Sagittal Songbook Individual song pages: One for All Land Urchin Clouds Prayer of Thanks
- Sunday Pipes in 22tET by Mats Öljare
- Tibia in 22tET by Paul Erlich (Listen). Sagittal score in F||\ or in G
- On the Enharmonic Tetrachord (from Suite, Op. 62), in 22tET, by Ivor Darreg. Originally printed in the Spring 1975 issue of Xenharmonikon in quarter-tone notation. Transcribed to Sagittal by Juhani Nuorvala. (Listen)