Etude-Coronation March in G Major
Uploaded on Feb 27, 2017
...OK, this is quite possibly the least march-like of all the marches I have composed so far. It sounds stately and regal, like a coronation march, but it's in 3/4 time! Oh, and it's also an etude that focuses on beat subdivision. The B section kicks it into high gear with its triplets, portions of 16th-note sextuplets, and 32nd notes.
I composed the A section years ago, while I composed the melody of the B section more recently than that but still more than a year ago. I've currently put a simple accompaniment on the B section. Back when I composed the A section, I thought that changing the key of a theme made it different enough, but I find the A section to be quite repetitive nowadays.
(Structure of A section: A-A-A'-A-A'-A-Codetta)
(Structure of B section: B1-B1-B2-B2)
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