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Jean, Fran?ois-Xavier: Op.28, No.10 Melancholia

Op.28, No.10 Melancholia
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By francois-xavier-jean, at 00:00
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Each line down (or up) the golden intervals, measure after measure. The rest is my song that prints. Sometimes I head tone, sometimes modulating sometimes polytonal. In the latter case, the violin is "C major", the viola "mib" min and cello "F minor." I write music with my "inner song, nothing more. Singing continues its road as well. When a measurement is completed, I begin another. The Golden does the rest. Dear Aaron You will notice that only 5 intervals along the same slope are used: min & maj 2nd, min 3rd, 4th & min 6th. this is the Golden Number, which does all the work, it is he who puts the notes at the good distance. and we do that we, well we sing the melody by choosing only through these 5 these intervals. Writing music is so much fun. Yours. François. Chaque ligne descend (ou monte) les intervalles dorés, mesure après mesure. Le reste c'est mon chant qui l'imprime. Parfois j'ai la tête tonale, parfois modulante, parfois polytonale. Dans ce dernier cas le violon est en "do majeur", l'alto en "mib" min et le violoncelle en "fa minor ". J'écris la musique avec mon "chant intérieur, rien de plus. Le chant poursuit sa route ainsi. Quand une mesure est achevée, je commence une autre. Le Nombre d'Or fait le reste. Tu remarqueras mon cher Aaron, que seuls 5 intervalles suivant la même pente sont utilisés: la 2de min et maj, la 3ce min, la 4te & la 6te min. C'est le Nombre d'Or qui fait tout le travail, c'est lui qui place les notes à la bonne distance. Et nous, que faisons-nous, eh bien nous chantons la mélodie en choisissant parmi ces seul 5 intervalles. Ecrire la musique ainsi est très amusant. Amicalement. François.
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By amedeo-berezet , at 00:00


the harmonics are memorable; I gave it a few auditions, attempting to pick up every nuance imbued within the work. This music is inviting; the perfect length; well-executed and stated. The legatissimo is almost suffocating: an intense pressure waiting to be relieved....but melancholy and tedium are often just that: suffocating. A fine composition.
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