Russian Doll

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page one of Russian Doll

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Full details

This was my second experiment with tone rows, under prof. David Lidov. Using the same tone I used for 'The Sound of Rolling Dice', I tried 'folding' the tone row in half, averaging out the new set of resulting intervals, etc., so that I could come up with many more sets of tones, intervals and chords. I then applied intervals, notes and chords to notes in the tone row which I felt were 'related' to them, in that they played a part in making said chord. The writeup I wrote for it probably explained it alot better. But anyways, it's way better than 'Sound of Rolling Dice' as far as I'm concerned.


Score ID
46408
Composer
Year of composition
2005
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
2 minutes
Instrumentation
Solo instrument (Piano)
Genre
Modern classical music
Licensing

For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.

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