./audio/py-music21, Python toolkit for computer-aided musical analysis

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 5.7.2nb1, Package name: py37-music21-5.7.2nb1, Maintainer: gutteridge

A python toolkit for computer-aided musical analysis.

music21 is a set of tools for helping scholars and other active listeners
answer questions about music quickly and simply. If you've ever asked yourself
a question like, "I wonder how often Bach does that" or "I wish I knew which
band was the first to use these chords in this order," or "I'll bet we'd know
more about Renaissance counterpoint (or Indian ragas or post-tonal pitch
structures or the form of minuets) if I could write a program to automatically
write more of them," then music21 can help you with your work.

Note this is the "no corpus" version of the distribution. It does not include
any sample scores, unlike the full version. The "no corpus" distribution was
selected for pkgsrc to avoid any potential concerns about copyrighted content.


Required to run:
[print/lilypond] [graphics/py-matplotlib] [devel/py-game] [devel/py-setuptools] [math/py-scipy] [math/py-numpy] [lang/python37]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Package options: lilypond

Master sites:

SHA1: 28821cc2dceee15c9549dd03604278787f762ded
RMD160: 067348b631de3ce3a524a7d13c1b3ab1b9adc459
Filesize: 5611.261 KB

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   2020-01-27 23:36:45 by David H. Gutteridge | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
py-music21: fix non-3.7 builds (trim PLIST)

The upstream distribution was including a file cache with a hard-coded
Python version embedded in it. This content isn't required for
distribution.
   2020-01-17 08:11:55 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
py-music21: set EGG_NAME to simplify PLIST
   2020-01-17 06:41:44 by David H. Gutteridge | Files touched by this commit (8)
Log message:
py-music21: add new package

music21 is a set of tools for helping scholars and other active listeners
answer questions about music quickly and simply. If you've ever asked yourself
a question like, "I wonder how often Bach does that" or "I wish I \ 
knew which
band was the first to use these chords in this order," or "I'll bet \ 
we'd know
more about Renaissance counterpoint (or Indian ragas or post-tonal pitch
structures or the form of minuets) if I could write a program to automatically
write more of them," then music21 can help you with your work.