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Dagmar Feyen: The Tuesday Thing

Inspired by a niece of mine, Frauke, who has a very interesting blog about literature (in Dutch), I feel a little obliged to take up my Tuesday Thing again. The first thing I did was rework the little Fughetta from last February, which is to be found in the previous blog entry (it looks the same, but the files have been updated with the new piece).
Of course, this is not enough to claim a resurrection of the Harmony Workbook Project, so I wrote a little Toccatina that is build on sevenths. It is becoming more difficult to do this, as the intervals grow larger, without the piece starting to sound "empty" and artificial.
At least I tried ...
Oh, before I forgot: here is the blog of Frauke:
http://ikwoordweer.blogspot.be/ And here - almost on time (it's now 1 AM, wednesday, so only one hour too late) - the files of the Toccatina n° 3:
Toccatina #3.pdf
Toccatina #3.mp3

A little new piece for the Harmony Workbook, but much less adventurous than the pieces before. A fughetta in 3 parts with a theme based on sixths.
These are the reworked files. I have taken the suggestion of Stefaan serious and enlarged the piece.
Fughetta_a_tre.pdf
Fughetta_a_tre.mp3

You hear bells in this little piece...

Posted on January 31, 2012
A little piece based on fifths. The nice sound of open fifths is a very good evocation of the sound of bells, so that's why I called it that way.
Bells.pdf
Bells.mp3
 
P.S. Next week, there will be something else, because I have to make a composition for a little movie for my lessons in Genk. I will post it, but it will be something very different from the normal Tuesday Things of this year.

A second Prelude based on fourths

Posted on January 24, 2012
A second prelude based on fourths, with my apologies for the delayed posting. I'm swimming in work at the moment!
Hope you enjoy it!
Preludio__2.pdf
Preludio__2.mp3

New Tuesday Thing: Exploring fourths

Posted on January 17, 2012
After a week lying sick in my bed, here is a little piano piece, build with chords and sequences of perfect and augmented fourths. Stefaan mentioned that he had trouble opening the embedded soundfile in the PDF-file of the score, so therefor I include the MP3-file of the piece as well.
Preludio.pdf
Preludio.mp3


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