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Master’s thesis, Mills College, 2014. Abstract: This paper is concerned with musical randomness. In Section 1, distinctions are drawn between randomness, chance, chaos, and other related concepts. In Section 2, these concepts are applied to music in the formulation of a theory of musical randomness that treats randomness itself as musical material. To this end, I introduce the concept of a “Possibility Space,” by which spaces of musical randomness may be quantitatively defined, classified, and related to each other. A brief discussion of works by Cage, Wolff, Boulez, and myself serves to illustrate the theory.