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Jean, Fran?ois-Xavier: Aphorisme Op.25, No.08

Aphorisme Op.25, No.08
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By francois-xavier-jean, at 00:00
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Thank you my dear Aaron for the compliments. In fact, I fumble a lot. I modified measure 04. Place of foreign notes worried me. I discovered that a chromaticism sounds better between the two pole notes of a scale, here a di-tonic scale. Otherwise it sounds like an escape tone. It sounds  strange bewildering. I'm far from having finished My Searches. Denys, like you, guide me also with his great advices. There is so much to discover in the form of the canon and imitation, especially if they are applied of the counterpoint effects as the inversion, retrograde . This counterpoint partial or total is magic. I want to read again  Giordano Bruno about it. A thousand thanks , my dear Aaron, for all your kindness and your thoughtfulness. Sincerely yours. François. Merci mon cher Aaron pour ces compliments. Mais je tatonne beaucoup. J'ai modifié la mesure 04 et ici, la place des notes étrangères m'inquiétait. J'ai découvert que les chromatismes sonnaient mieux entre les deux notes (pôles) de l'échelle di-tonique. Sinon cela sonne comme une échappée et c'est déconcertant étrange. Je suis loin d'avoir terminé mes recherches. Denys lui aussi comme toi, me guide beaucoup de ses conseils. Il y a tant à découvrir dans la forme du canon et de l'imitation, surtout si on leur appliques des effets de contrepoint comme l'inversion, le rétrograde, le décalage de notes. Ce contrepoint partiel ou total est de la magie. J'ai envie de relire Giordano Bruno à ce propos. Encore mille merci, mon cher Aaron, pour toute ta prévenance et ta délicatesse. Bien à toi. François.
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By aaron-alexander-cotton (visitor), at 00:00


A very lucid, concise explanation of your transposition. Yes, there is simplicity in this piece that audibly sounds like open fifths and various minute changes to fourths. Melody is eradicated, or, rather hidden in harmonization of voices. Bravo. Well-thought out and executed.
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aPhorism op.25