Ivan Wyschnegradsky Score Page:
XIII Harmonies Pleine (full harmonies)
Digital archival print on Hahnemühle 100% rag paper. Limited edition of fifty, 13in. x 19in., suitable for framing.
Born in St. Petersburg, Ivan Wyschnegradsky (1893-1979) lived most of his life in Paris where he became a leader of the microtonal music revolution of the 1920s. His beautifully crafted scores are reflected in his remarkable color theory drawings, inspired by fellow Russian-born composer Alexander Scriabin.
Diagram of fractional divisions 1/2, 1/3, 1/4... of the whole step and their correlation to the note position on the color-coded microtonal keyboards. Ivan Wyschnegradsky Collection, Paul Sacher Foundation, Basel