Scene from Music for "Bir Gül Kosusu"

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i_var-ei_var08.nwc (August 2003) 1 kB
Member of: Variations from Byzantine scenes from "Bir Gül Koþusu"
Full name of work:Scene from Music for "Bir Gül Kosusu"
Composer:iNANC [iNANÇ], Ertugrul (1976- ), Turkish
Music category:Contemporary Classical
Instruments:Orchestra
Name of file creator:Ertugrul iNANÇ
e-mail address:ertugrulinanc "at" yahoo "dot" com
Website:http://ertugrulinanc.8m.com
Running time:00:00:42
Comments:These pieces are the motifs for the Byzantine scenes of the play "Bir Gül Koþusu".
They consist of variations (each one is a variation) on the theme exposited at bar 31 of Prelude and continuous bass which is extracted from a 12 note scale formed using only the Tritonus, minor second amd major seventh. (The first note of the scale was used in Prelude and the others in three bell signals which -I think- don't have much to do with music; that's why they are excluded.)
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