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  1. I feel attracted to indeterminacy in music and composing "by chance". After having studied Music of changes and other works I wanted to try by myself. I wanted to see the results leaving to chance more or less elements of the composition, and using different scales. I use a deck of cards, and dices to do it. These are pieces that one con find interesting or not, I don't think much can be said about anything (since they were randomly done). I find very interesting to see the different moods changing scales or the indeterminacy strength. oxymoron 1: dodecaphonic scale, pitches,
  2. Well, I uploaded this piece with midi sounds by myself. I had a classic notation score. But I wanted to do an experiment. I made a graphic score, which you can see here. I enjoy very much this kind of score, and the indeterminacy concept. I sent it to a couple of friends and one has done what you can hear... I thought this piece to be playd by a string quartet but I didn't wrote in the graphic which instruments should be used... AUDIO: https://clyp.it/ek4rf5sk
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