Tom Johnson, Imaginary Music, Editions 75, 1974
First published in 1974, Imaginary Music collects 104 drawings using conventional music notation symbols creating imaginary music scores. Perhaps the best known is the "Celestial Music for Imaginary Trumpets," which ascends 103 ledger lines above the treble clef. Originally published in English only, a fourth printing of the volume is now available, with the titles in English and Spanish.
Tom Johnson (*1939, lives and works in Paris) is an American minimalist composer, mostly known for his scores based on mathematical and logical processes.