CN2 - Gregynog

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WORK IN PROGRESS - Double Piano piece.

Firstly, let me explain the title.

"CN2" means that this piece is the second instalment of my "Cumulus Nimbus" double piano piece (still not happy with that name), using the same theme but entwined in the music rather than being brought to the foreground.

"Gregynog" is the name of a Conference Centre in Mid Wales in which I got the inspiration to write this piece. For my third year Computer Science degree at the University of Wales Swansea, we all take a trip down to Gregynog to give presentations on our project, to hear presentations about employement, phd life and so on, then all join together students & lecturers for a nice pissup each night at the bar! They also had two pianos and an organ I had a play on during our free time, and so I give you this.

The general idea is that the two pianos are duelling to play the most impressive music, easily seen in the middle section where one piano is playing percussive lower quavers while the other plays a tune over the top. The first piano shows what he's made of, but when it comes to their turn the other the piano thinks "I can beat you! See, I put two chords at the beginning instead of one, and I have nice octave leaps and runs, you don't!" You get the idea!

As I said above it's a work in progress, and I intend to continue the 'nicer' idea just introduced… but I've hit a brick wall about 27 miles thick! I haven't been able to write anything more that's good for several months now…

So, any suggestions and thoughts would be greatly appreciated!

Score ID
Year of composition
Difficult (Grades 7+)
1 minute
Solo instrument (Piano)
Modern classical music

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