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3 Contiguous Improvisations for Piano No. 1


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The first one sounds to me like I 'composed' it instead of - like all of them - made it up as I went along from musical material seemingly and apparently unconsciously known but not consciously perceived before playing because "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" begins to make its appearance about half-way through.

 

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On 9/6/2021 at 2:25 PM, AKAChristopher said:

The first one sounds to me like I 'composed' it instead of - like all of them - made it up as I went along from musical material seemingly and apparently unconsciously known but not consciously perceived before playing because "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" begins to make its appearance about half-way through.

 

 

Second section is more multiple in the way of types of genres that you can mix in melody, but firsat part is simply brilliant! 


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14 hours ago, Arciom Nesterovich said:

Second section is more multiple in the way of types of genres that you can mix in melody, but firsat part is simply brilliant! 


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thanks. i like that random chord i hit at 0.32. i have software that converts audio to sheet music, i may have to go figure that one out. but can something be brilliant if you didn't take much active hand in making it? if not, then i feel free to agree wholeheartedly with you!

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