I'm curious about this piece in the oct/nov MAA Monthly Supplement about The Music of Pi, and have wanted to share it here. I'm curious for many reasons, including the composer's choice to represent pi duodecimally, as "a more natural choice in which to express pi musically." Perhaps those better versed in music theory (or musically-inclined mathematicians, in general) can shed some light on the accuracy of the notes (I.e., if what I'm hearing matches the musical score. It seems that what I'm hearing is off on a couple of notes?)
note: The music to which I'm referring is freely accessible to download (MP3) (from the linked webpage).
Also, mention is made about a Supreme Court Ruling (on "Pi day," 3/14) earlier this year about "competing claims between two musical compositions based on the decimal digits of pi." Is anyone familiar with these compositions, their veracity, the dispute, and/or how I might gain access these alternative musical representations? I'm also curious as to the motivation behind representing $\pi$ musically.