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The profile of this piece is a through-composed work. Lots of non-conventional but unique sounds are used with the two string instruments. Often, the two parts are playing something rhythmically and melodically different. There is not much strict cohesion between the parts except with matching tempo. I would describe the work as very abstractly colorful.Continue reading “Bauer Half String Quartet Post”
What went well: I am pleased with my sense of variety. Specifically, I am pleased with the idiom that I employed with the alternating A and B sections. I am also happy with how I made the B section intensify during each refrain of it. What was challenging: I would say that there was uncertaintyContinue reading “Composition #1 Reflection”
This piece seems to be through-composed but with a form of distinct contrasting sections. The instrumentation as a whole makes for a very mysterious feel throughout, even despite the fact that there is change as the piece goes along. The first section contains the baritone sax playing a very rhythmic and somewhat dissonant-sounding melody inContinue reading “Composition Blog Response-“Snapdragon””
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