Ding Dong Bells

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The main idea for this piece is originally to write a fugue for the advanced musicianship module which I am now studying in. Thus, I came up with the piece, Ding Dong Bells. The piece basically in 6/8 and 3/4 and the tempo is from Moderato-Vivace-Moderato.In between, there is constant changing of keys,such as original key is in F sharp major,then turns to its relative minor, d sharp minor. The music is basically in 3 part harmony except the question and answer part between upper and lower voices and trying to imitate a fugue by starting from solo soprano voice to duet between the soprano and alto voices.

This piano solo piece is dedicated to 4 excellent young pianists which I knew.

The work was first premiered in 2010 by Mr Chiam Zhi Bin himself and this work was also premiered in Taiwan recently and is also being used to as a competition piece by one of the competitors for a piano competition in Taiwan this year (2015).

Hopefully this piece is enjoyable to all.


Score ID
95558
Composer
Year of composition
2010
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
2 minutes
Instrumentation
Solo instrument (Piano)
Genre
Classical music
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