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  • You have given us a wonderful piece here Ramon, thank you! I also appreciated your explanation of your approach to this compostion.  I don't hear anything particularly mathematical about this, to my ears it sounds tonal, albeit not CPP tonal, but accessible with some mildly eccentric but engaging rhythms that most composers would probably be tempted to add percussion to but I think you have successfully avoided the need for that. Good work!

    • Thank you very much Ingo for listening to my music in detail and for your comments as kind as always. I appreciate you taking the time to do this.

      It is true that it is tonal music but moving away from the Common practice period, for two reasons:

      1. In defining scales and harmonic progression, modern modes are used (in particular Dorian, Aeolian, Phrygian and Locrian).
      2. The harmony is based on the fourth chords.

      It is also true that, although I usually use mathematical elements in my compositions, I try it is not noticeable in the way it sounds.

      Un saludo.

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