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Hi, One of my goals here is to show we have lots of compositional resources at hand. Of course, many of you know it, and use them. Sometimes I write very short pieces to "test" the effect of one or other harmonic combination. Later on, if I like the results, I take it for composing something more expressive. In this case, I try to mix the eclesiastic modes (dorian, lydian, eolian, etc...). When we use two modes at a time = bimodality When we use two tonal centers at a time = bitonality When we use two modes and two tonal centers at a time = bimodality + bitonality, whi
THE PIANO MUSIC OF CHARLES IVES - *NEW* This New Master Class includes an introduction to Ives and his work; a mini-clinic on the use of dissonance in modern composition/improvisation, and listening and discussions of 5 of Ives' solo piano pieces. http://youtu.be/otGAvFUYDMk You will LUUVV this, free! Blessings and keep swingin, Dave Frank Director, Dave Frank School of Jazz NYC