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Jean, François-Xavier François-Xavier Jean
France France, St Laurent d'Aigouze
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Jean, Fran?ois-Xavier: La vague d'Hokusai op.19, N.6

Wave by Hokusai op.19, N.6
François-Xavier Jean

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By francois-xavier-jean , at 00:00

Aaron thank you dear for this positive feedback that I do not deserve. In my recent work I get to marry the "elements". the rope with copper, the breath with the screeching of horsehair and rosin. I alternate "ff - pp". The word of so many fragile "voice" as the powerful. A "black grain" is preparing sea Intense and brief. Local storm at sea Averse windy shore. See you soon my dear Aaron, pleasure reading you. François.
Merci cher Aaron pour ces commentaires élogieux que je ne mérite pas. Dans mes dernières oeuvres j'apprends à marier les ?éléments?. la corde avec le cuivre, le souffle avec le crissement du crin et de la colophane. J'alterne ?ff - pp?. La parole du fragile a alors autant de ?voce? que celle du puissant. Un ?grain noir? se prépare sur la mer. Intense et bref. Tempête locale en mer. Averse venteuse à terre. A bientôt mon cher Aaron, le plaisir de te lire. François.

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By aaron-alexander-cotton (visitor), at 00:00

Yes! Here both harmony and melody are married. The notes, they sparkle and glisten, as melody follows her sister, harmony. Euphonious, even by so-called "modern" tastes, it is evocative of suspense, a blaring secret gossiped over the sea. Marvelous, Francois, the piece is well-controlled and useful (Buehnenmusik). I adore its infinite musing. Bis!
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