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Violin, Viola, Cello
Another movement written today for a light divertimento in c major. Other movements still to come. As always, I hope everything is in line with common practices of classical music; I strive for authenticity.
I originally wrote this piece for Lake George Music Festival Composition Competition, when it was still open for non-junior artists. The four-voiced fugue is unorthodox in that the answer comes (m101) after the counter-theme for the second part of the subject is introduced.
Finally got around posting this work from a few years back. The prelude switches between its three-voiced chorus and its simple two-voiced, one-bar pattern. In the three-voiced fugue, the counterthemes get towards the end rhythmically more complex, but the main theme stays throughout the same (except
A song for a soprano and keyboard. I chose the flute as a substitute for the musescore voice for obvious reasons. Suggestions(if even needed) are, as always, welcomed with open arms, so long as they don't alter the rhythm; I have lyrics in mind.
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New fugue project Update 1: 5/30 Update 2: 5/31 (fairly minor, but important updates to already-existing material) Update 3: 6/2 (adapted some suggestions by BSG, added more) Update 4: 6/16 (new part - finished fugue)
06/16/2019 I changed the tuning to quarter-comma meantone, keeping a' = 440 Hz. This makes especially the third, chromatic verso sound interesting (unequal diatonic/chromatic steps). You may pay special attention to the 2nd beat of the penultimate measure: The augmented 5th Bb - F# appearing
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Dedicated to contemporary classical music composer, Pasquale Toscano. The form of the movements are quite formal: 1st mov., Sonata form, 2nd mov., Scherzo, 3rd mov., Ternary form (ABA), and 4th mov. (The strangest tonal work you'll ever listen to), Sonata-Rondo form (ABAC [C being development] ABA)
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Another selection from Bach's Clavier-Übung III. For further information on this work see: http://allofbach.com/en/bwv/bwv-684/ and be sure to listen to the many superb performances of J. S. Bach's music
The name may sound like a mix between Goldberg Variations and Grieg's "Holberg Suite". I wrote the first version of this approx 3 years ago with the precious help of Bernard Greenberg (BSG here on musescore) hence the title, I have heavily re-edited every single piece and now I want