- 1.History of the Primates, Movts. 1-3
- 2.History of the Primates. June 2nd 1975, Royal College of Music, London
- 4.FUGATO rough sibelius version (from one act ballet SHE)
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I'm giving a short talk for the London Composers Forum on the Newtonal principle, and the technique of Thomes & Phaees, this coming Monday, 16thmarch. Please contact me if you wish to attend.Continue
Hi all! Someone – I don’t remember who exactly - commented a while back on one of my posts that my technique/theory didn’t have enough musical examples, making it difficult to understand. In the…Continue
Suffering from what I call “contrapunctitis” (you won’t find it in the medical dictionary) I am naturally biased, but I believe free counterpoint to be one of mankind’s greatest achievements. As an expressive device, it is without parallel in any other language with the possible exception of mathematics – its nearest relative. Of all its practitioners, Beethoven pips the others to the post. From the simplest diatonic devices of the earlier works through to the late fugues, no other…Continue