I discuss one of my latest projects, a digital overhaul of a 100+ year old counterpoint textbook
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Tags: public-domain, textbooks, music, counterpoint, Lilypond, html, scripting.
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In this episode I discuss the problem of increasingly expensive college textbooks, and share with you the solution I devised to combat the problem in my counterpoint class at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
Part of the solution is to adopt a public-domain textbook that's more than 100 years old, and to give the text a 21st-century makeover that I believe will make it even better-suited for the digital age than any other comparable book in the market at any price.
The counterpoint page on my website, with source files and information about my creative-commons counterpoint workbook, "Gratis ad Parnassum," as well as links to the 1910 counterpoint textbook by
Percy Goetschius: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percy_Goetschius entitled "Exercises in Elementary Counterpoint."
My html version of the Goetschius textbook (in progress): http://jonkulp.net/350/Goetschius/goetschius.html
Comment #1 posted on 2014-12-15T12:24:26Z by Måns Mårtensson
I wonder if you know TiddlyWiki?
I've been using it for music text books, note books etc...
It is searchable and downloadable as a single file. It can save changes from a browser and be used/edited locally on a pc or online via a plethora of backends or simply with a small php script.
Here are a couple of examples I made myself: TW classic: http://xn--mns-ula.dk/sky/apps/files_sharing/get.php?token=45ea57138089eeb535e36cee53b8831076041bf5
The new TW: http://bopland-tw5.tiddlyspot.com/
Cheers Måns Mårtensson, Denmark
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