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This is my first attempt at something in a different style/time period as I usually write in wish me luck before you listen.
Also I chose the Saxophone for the 'bass' because I couldn't think of any other instrument that had a wide range and the annoying sound of the renaissance (Besides the harpsichord)
Before I comment further, I have to admit that the soundfont you use doesn’t sound very pleasant for me. I couldn’t finish listening to your piece (and will try it again later) because of this.
Your idea of putting some notes for analysis on the score is very good and helps in understanding the structure of your piece and what is going on. Recommended for imitation.
I think there is good material here. The atmospjere is nice.
some dinámica would improve it a los.
the left hand pattern is almost fixed, that is why it sounds like that. Also, I would make the cadences clearer because there is no stop ...
The Pitch Class Set Theory is a harmonic languages developed in the XX century in which the most important is the intervalic relationships between the elements of the set (pitches).
The starting point is a series of pitches (from one to twelve although you can do little with only one). Let's say: C - Db - F - A... this set is defined by the intervals between the notes (minor second, major third, major third). There are lots of different operations and relationships you can do with it. Transposition, inversion, complementary sets, subsets, supersets, Z-related..... and a long etc....
In summary, it's a different way to organize the pitches to write music.
And no, this is not a music you make "by chance" and where "everything is OK". You must control it to express what you want, and not the opposite.
From 1900 on, there was a Big Bang of musical languages... (Not only impressionism and atonalism).