(Received 2 March 1979; accepted 17 December 1979)
Published Online: 1980
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Music is communicated in written form by a system of symbols called notation. As in handwriting, there are various degrees of expertise in executing hand-produced musical scores. The identification of an initial hand-produced musical score is usually less complicated than identifying the work of a notator. Principles and procedures for examining and comparing a musical score are the same as those employed in making a hand-printing identification. Specific aspects of notation are discussed and applied to the identification of a musical score.
Special agent, Internal Revenue Service Laboratory, Chicago, Ill
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