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Jean, Fran?ois-Xavier: Mort d'une ipomée

death of an hypomée

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Composer :FX JEANJean, Fran?ois-Xavier (1953 - )
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Choir and Orchestra

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Copyright :copyright © Jean, François-Xavier
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Added by francois-xavier-jean the 2011-11-03

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By francois-xavier-jean, at 00:00

Thank you for your comment, Kato. I see clearly through them: my search harmonic is what concerns me the most in moment.Tout stands, you're right, with this architecture, but I am often dissatisfied with my melodies side: I have to work to advantage. In fact, the secret is here: layer 3 or 4 is wonderful melodies you will see the most beautiful colors that ever existed. But then, nobody comes. Friends of François---Merci de tes commentaire, Kato. Je vois plus clair grâce à eux: ma recherche harmonique est ce qui me préoccupe le plus en ce moment.Tout se tient, tu as raison, grâce cette architecture, mais je suis souvent mécontent de mes mélodies secondaires: je dois les travailler d'avantage. En fait, le secret est ici: superposez 3 ou 4 merveilleuses mélodies est vous verrez apparaître la plus belle des couleurs qui ait jamais existé. Mais voilà, personne n'y arrive. Amitiés de François
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By kato-cleis (visitor), at 00:00

A wonderful maestoso morceau, Mons. Jean. This piece, a thought-experiment, in my opinion, sounds less conceptual than the precision and theory behind its construction relays. Although some will probably find this piece off-putting, in that Jean manipulates tonal harmonic progressions uncannily ingeniously, the piece still stands as an Impression that, ironically leaves its memory of itself in one's mind.
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