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Jean, François-Xavier François-Xavier Jean
France France, St Laurent d'Aigouze
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Jean, Fran?ois-Xavier: (Op.37, No.07) Vine Lune

(Op.37, No.07) Vine Lune
(Op.37, No.07)
François-Xavier Jean




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By francois-xavier-jean, at 00:00
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Thank you, my dear Aaron, for your encouragements. Composers of the sixteenth and seventeenth did not worked as J.Ph. Rameau did, even if Monteverdi knew already  chord constructions. In the past, musicians thought in terms of intervals and this is not the same thing. Chords  have destroyed all  music spontaneity. Intervals allows us, composers of the twenty-first century, to imagine new polyphonies as nice as medieval ones, at times of cathedrals. XVII and XVIII impoverished all this knowledge. Sincerely my dear Aaron. François. Merci pour tes encouragements. Le compositeur du XVIe et XVIIe ne travaillait pas comme J.Ph. Rameau le faisait même s'il connaissait depuis Monteverdi la construction de l'accord. En fait, il pensait en terme d'intervalles et, ce n'est pas du tout la même chose, bien au contraire. L'accord a détruit toute la spontanéité de la musique. L'intervalle nous permettra, à nous, compositeur du XXIe siècle, d'imaginer à nouveau d'aussi belles polyphonies que dans le passé médiéval qui a connu la construction des cathédrale. La pensée du XVII et XVIII a appauvri tout cette connaissance. Bien cordialement mon cher Aaron. François.
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By aaron-alexander-cotton (visitor), at 00:00


I see you are experimenting more with tone-rows, via di-chord. Very enchanting, though strange, I like it very much. Bis, Francois.
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