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Oct 14, 2010 | 12:45 PM EDT
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2.8 MB
1 min 13 sec
4.30 / 5.00

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Rated 4.30 / 5 stars
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right... er, this piece is very abstract to me, while still being minimalist. basically, the piece pauses in a series of random occasions, throwing any attempts to hum along, or even accompany it with more instruments. futhermore, after each pause, it is transposed a whole tone, starting on Bminor, and ending on C#minor, totaling the amount of key changes to 7 times. these pauses, are actually rests, where the time signature changes from 9/8 timing to 2/8 timing, and back to 9/8 timing, so the built in metronome, and the sheet music would be reasonable, albeit odd. the time signature is 9/8, because its not quite 12/8 timing.
the instruments include two pianos, a bass, a cello, a violin, two harpsichords, two harps and church bells.
the theme of this? beats me, i just spent three hours on this, and cant remember when these "breaks" happen. i just attempted to do variation, in the form as strings playing the same melody, on different octaves, and violins being pizzicato. the second harpsichord is the same melody, just played twice as fast.
done on logic.
no premade loops.
the click at the start is the metronome. i carelessly left it on while bouncing it.

Oh, by the way, i attempted to play the little jingle by the harpsichord, a while after recording it, and had no idea how it was played, similarly to the melody of "Life as it were". what this means, is i improv most of everything, without a plan.


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