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This sextet for flute, clarinet, vibraphone, violin, viola and cello was intended to demonstrate that there is an alternative way for music to develop from the romantic era rather than through serialism and atonality, as was the way in the 60s. It develops tonality through different modes. The principle key is G sharp Locrian (a theoretical mode not used in ancient times because of the exposed tritone. A nameless mode with a semitones and augmented second on either side of the tonic is also used.
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