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  • In what context are you trying to find out how they relate? And I cant see the clefs, can I assume the viola is still in alto clef or has it changed clefs?

  • Yes, sorry, it's a bit confusing. All strings have their "standard" clefs.

    In the first bar the strings play Am, F#m/A, Dsus4/A. However, the flute melody in the first bar appears to be first in A minor, then in F minor (rather unrelated to the F# minor in the strings). But the result is a (in my opinion) beautiful sound, so I am wondering what the composer's strategy was.


    Tyler Hughes said:

    In what context are you trying to find out how they relate? And I cant see the clefs, can I assume the viola is still in alto clef or has it changed clefs?

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  • Im suspecting its bitonal or a very chromatically ornamented passage in the music. 

    I will listen to it and see if I can get a little more information that way. Which movement is that passage from?

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