Parsimonious Trichords

Hello,

This is a piece for piano based on Neo-Riemannian theory:

https://soundcloud.com/ramon-capsada-blanch/parsimonious-trichords

In the following links there are the PDF files with the explanation of what the fundamentals of this piece are.

Explanation in English language:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Le66JNBocRH9bBr3d-mRrqqa-uS4nYz4/view

Explanation in Spanish language:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1t1-xbA49NjBk-WL9LEtPrqxhYZs67-Ko/view


I would appreciate if you would listen to it and, of course, any comments will be very well received.

Ramon.

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  • Tony,

    I deeply appreciate your sincere and enthusiastic comments, which for me have been very pleasing and supportive. I am glad that you have enjoyed listening to my piece, enough to listen to it three times!

    I really thank you !!

    I have listened to your "Yellow Rose" and I consider it to be a well-accomplished product, a very balanced assemblage, with a professional making and it shows that you have a great command of studio work, mixing and DAW (in addition to the immense value of guitars played live).

    Saludos.

  • Dan,

    I like that you have been interested in the theory that I worked on and presented in this chat.

    I think it's very good that you have delved into the subject and that you have used it in your new project.

    The Tonnetz and PRL transformations have a future!

    Fantástico !


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    Hello, This is a piece for piano based on Neo-Riemannian theory:https://soundcloud.com/ramon-capsada-blanch/parsimonious-trichordsIn the following l…
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