Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Museday Tuesday Wrap-up

Supernatant (1:57 MP3)

This short piece is an extended version of the Museday fragment written on June 2, 2009.

The piece is written for woodwinds, strings, and some rangly-jangly percussion effects. I wrote it over the course of a week, generally spending about two hours at a time on it. Even though I had to end it to fit in the two-minute bubble, I feel like there are plenty more ideas to expand upon in this fragment, and it seems a little reminiscent of my Master's Thesis.

The original fragment can be heard here. Merry Christmas!

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How would you rate Supernatant?

0 stars: Better music births in my armpit. (0 votes, 0.0%)

1 star: Even a monkey will eventually play a major scale. (0 votes, 0.0%)

2 stars: If there's nothing else on the radio... (0 votes, 0.0%)

3 stars: A great song with great skills. (3 votes, 50.0%)


4 stars: Pulitzer-worthy. (3 votes, 50.0%)


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