This remind me on the piece for choir from Senfl, "Das GelaÃÂ¼t zu
Speier". It sounds as random ringing bells. A wonderfull piece, but
difficult to sing.
Op 12 feb. 2018 18:39 schreef "Rainer" <rads.bera_g...@t-online.de>:
Would you place any double bar lines anywhere?
If so, why.
On 12.02.2018 18:22, Ron Andrico wrote:
Rainer, I'm not sure what you are asking. The character piece
series of variations inspired by the ringing of bells, which in
life can be rather random. The variations are in fact derived
bass line, which I play through by itself a few times in
before beginning the variations and again before repeating the
thing. There are more thant a few instances where Vallet wrote
that echo, particularly effective if one understands how to
Again, my feeling is that the variations arise from the bass
in complexity and demonstrate a clever rendering of the pleasant
cacophony that one hears in the ringing of bells. As for
hear symmetry in each of the variations, which are evenly
<lute-...@cs.dartmouth.edu> on behalf
of Rainer <rads.bera_g...@t-online.de>
Sent: Monday, February 12, 2018 4:30 PM
To: Lute net
Subject: [LUTE] Carillon de Village
Dear lute netters,
I wonder if anybody recognizes any structure (strains?) in
"Carillon de Uillage".
Volume II, page 25.
Of course, the problem is that the bass "part" doesn't give any
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