Trio for Piano Alone

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Full details

Any thought, idea, perception, or being can easily give the appearance of being a singular construct: an indivisible whole. However this observation is rarely accurate. Any one emotion, opinion, ideology, or revelation is most often capable of being divided into components consisting of our values, experiences, states of mind, and psyches. Similarly any one person, who may appear to be of a single mind, is generally comprised of any number of distinct Jungian Archetypes acting in concord.

This piece is an expression of the un-oneness inherent in any oneness. It is, like us all, a product of multiple (in this case three) individual ideas, each with their own character, and played in their own set of keys, that act together to give the illusion of an indivisible whole.

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

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