'Bead Rock' is the third movement of the Piano Sonata
No.3; but also it may be performed as a stand-alone
The title is a play on words, and refers to a spherical
jewel like a pearl, but also refers to the main motif
(which comprises the notes B, E, A, D) and Rock as a
musical genre. The composition seems influenced by
George Gershwin, Jelly Roll Morton, Jerry Lee Lewis,
Nikolai Kapustin and Keith Emerson, and it includes a
funny quote from the J.S.Bach's Italian Concerto. The
jazzy style of this piece may be defined as
avant-garde, crossover, free-jazz, fusion, modern
creative, third stream or jazz-rock. The tempo
indication is 'veloce con veemenza' (vehemently fast).
So, let's rock!!!