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Continuity

Discussion in 'Composing' started by KeenanReimerWatts, Apr 17, 2011.

  1. KeenanReimerWatts

    KeenanReimerWatts New Member

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    Hello,

    So, continuity...how is it achieved, so that a piece doesn't sound like 'patchwork'. I thought I'd post one of the pieces I wrote that I've been told is a bit patchy...any comments are welcome!!
    The piece is called 'Poem'. It did come in sections, but I tried to make it sound like it flowed...the time signature changes very often throughout, which might be a reason. Anyways.

    thanks for listening!
    Keenan
     
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    You already gave us this work on the thread where you presented the Nocturne. Chris mentioned a continuity issues in regard to your Nocturne, not your Poem (that I can tell). My comment for your Poem is on the other thread "Submission."
     
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    Surely not "patchy". It has its "interruptions", but they appear just as needed.

    I'm not sure, but I sensed an "oriental" atmosphere by the end of the piece... is that so?

    Loved the piece. It's a previleg for us to be able to hear the music which is being created in our time, when we can still talk to the composers. Let's not let it go.
     

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