Thursday, May 03, 2007

A Short Prelude, in D

3 comments:

Elaine Fine said...

Nice little prelude! I like all the strong and rich parallel perfect intervals and the way the high D at the end really sounds kind of like a random pitch, and the final fourth makes a suggestion of D major, but not really.

Thomas D said...

The score looks like Chopin Prelude no.2 in some obvious ways.

Reading through, I'm not sure about the sense of the transition from bar 16 to 17. Have to play it a bit.

rbourland said...

I love, 'course then I'm prejudiced. Why don't you have Yelton Rhodes Music publish your set?!