Composition

Today I present the next two Lenten Improvisations.  The first, Improvisation II, has similarities to Improvisation I, but fleshed out in a different manner.  The second, Improvisation III, is an inverted canon.  Of course, that’s a simplification of technique, but each is again an exploration of a single stop color that can be found on most instruments.  I continue to find the exploration of an individual stop to be challenging and the challenge is what makes it inviting!


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2 thoughts on “Composition

  1. My wife, Mary, and I direct the Eucharistic Ministers to the Sick and Homebound ministry at our church, St. Ann, in Marietta, GA. We also visit
    6 care facilities within our parish boundaries. We have about 50 Ems who make these visits every Sunday. We would like very much to do a “Seven Last Words of Christ” service at those care facilities on Good Friday. Can you help us in any way, concerning your compositions and how we could inter-weave them with a commentary on each word? We’d read the commentary and pause for silent reflection while we played your compositions. What do you think? Your thoughts and comments would be greatly appreciated!
    Dick

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