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Jean, François-Xavier: Harøyfjord, op.22, No.11
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Jean, François-Xavier - Harøyfjord, op.22, No.11

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Composer :FX JEANJean, François-Xavier (1953 - )
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English horn and string orchestra

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Early 20th century

Date :mai 2012
Copyright :mai 2012 © Sacem - creative commons
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Comment posted the 05/17/2012, by francois-xavier-jean
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Thank you dear Aaron, I really enjoyed myself with Harøyfjord, Op.22, No.11. All music should bring smiles. Look easy. You must fly the "rules" and invent its own. This is the result we understand if we succeeded. My rules are simple. (1) the traditional counterpoint (retrograde, inversion, rotation, mapping notes etc. ... (2) counterpoint staff that I called "polar". We choose an interval and this interval is held every contrechants by adding "fourth / fifth ". (3) I almost forgot the random transposition of each voice and also (4) the mapping" on instinct "of certain passages too similar to what remains, and, and (5) times as much necessary and (6) other rules based on the numbers (number of gold, magic square, remarkable products). It turns these numbers first halftone and then intervals. Looking forward, my dear Aaron, read you soon. François. Merci cher Aaron, Je me suis régalé avec Harøyfjord, op.22, No.11. Toute musique devrait apporter le sourire. Avoir l'air facile. Il faut fuir les ?règles? et inventer les siennes propres. C'est au résultat qu'on comprends si on a réussi. Mes règles sont simples. (1) le contrepoint traditionnel (retrograde, inversion, rotation, mapping des notes. (2) le contrepoint personnel que j'ai appelé ?polaire?. On choisit un intervalle et on déroule cet intervalle à tous les contrechants en ajoutant la ?quarte/quinte?. (3) J'allais oublier la transposition aléatoire de chaque voix et aussi (4) Le mapping ?à l'instinct? de certains passages trop ressemblant à ce qui reste, et, et (5) des reprises autant que nécessaire et (6) d'autres règles basées sur les nombres (nombre d'or, carré magique, produits remarquables). On transforme ces nombres d'abord en demi-tons puis en intervalles. Au plaisir, mon cher Aaron, de te lire très bientôt. François.


Comment posted the 05/17/2012, by aaron-alexander-cotton
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Another intimately close piece to your "Hykjeberg". But this time, cadence rules your pantonality. Coloris is darker and more menacing. A squall or sea dirge. Very heavy on the bass. A trance ensues. Exploration and odyssey is central, thematically. Many "surprises" here: I can detect hints of Mendelssohn and Bartok. Wonderful to marry together. A tour de force. Bravo!


Comment posted the 05/13/2012, by aaron-alexander-cotton
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A welcome pendant to Hykjeberg, more pantonal than your last piece, as you experiment, I can see that you are injecting into it, a brilliant display of artistry. This is more sombre and darker than Hykjeberg. Much similar though. I adore your harmonic cadences and the conjunct-degree rhapsodizing that colors the song. Brillant, mon cher Francois! Bis!


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