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I noticed there are quite a few people with a musical background, so I thought I'd make a discussion group.

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I recently discovered: Guerino Mazzola's The Topos of Music but haven't been able to take a look at it yet. It is availible an Springer Link provided you have access. Seems to apply catagorical concepts to mathematical music theory. There is a newer addition out as of this year, but not availible online yet. Hope this helps someone...

`I recently discovered: Guerino Mazzola's [The Topos of Music](https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783764357313) but haven't been able to take a look at it yet. It is availible an Springer Link provided you have access. Seems to apply catagorical concepts to mathematical music theory. There is a newer addition out as of this year, but not availible online yet. Hope this helps someone...`

I'm participating in the "Logic for Music" workshop at UNILOG 6. Nick Rossiter is giving a talk that he prepared with Michael Heater, Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK, “Musical Performance: a Composition of Monads”. He mentioned work by Guerino Mazzola and Moreno Andreatta on denotators, and by Alexandre Popoff, Carlos Agon, Moreno Andreatta, Andree Ehresmann on PK-nets.

My own presentation is Musical Activity as the Basis for the Evolution of Joint Intentionality and Nonlinear Grammar. I think an important idea for category theory is that three distinct parsers are needed for intentionality.

`I'm participating in the "Logic for Music" workshop at [UNILOG 6](http://www.uni-log.org/start6.html). [Nick Rossiter](http://nickrossiter.org.uk/process/index.html) is giving a talk that he prepared with Michael Heater, Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK, “Musical Performance: a Composition of Monads”. He mentioned work by Guerino Mazzola and Moreno Andreatta on denotators, and by Alexandre Popoff, Carlos Agon, Moreno Andreatta, Andree Ehresmann on PK-nets. My own presentation is [Musical Activity as the Basis for the Evolution of Joint Intentionality and Nonlinear Grammar](http://www.ms.lt/sodas/Book/20180621MusicalActivityAndEvolution). I think an important idea for category theory is that three distinct parsers are needed for intentionality.`