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User page for composer William Copper. Related pages to include

1. Johnston-Copper Notation , which is similar to Johnston notation with the important addition of key signatures which give the Johnston 3-chord just intonation scheme a means of changing by harmonic center, or, in other words, to avoid being restricted to a C Major just intonation bias. 2. intonalism , which is a method of composition that supports keeping all intervals vertical and horizontal in pure just intonation (5-limit or any limit that suits the music). 3. William Copper , composer and works.