I got a wild hare last night and published sheet music for the first time — a fugue for guitar
This one’s a long time coming. The melody and haunting i-VI-VII-i, derived from “Tam Lin,” have been stewing for many years. Hopefully I’ll have it done tonight. It’s fitting weather for composing this — thunder, lighting and rain.
Here’s a strict, endless canon in A dorian. The parts are staggered less than two seconds apart — one measure.
Another strict, endless canon in G, with a 6/4 meter.
Here’s a canon I just finished. I has an unusual rhythm; a mixture of sextuple and duple meters. Like some of the last few I’ve done, it’s a strict, endless canon.
Here’s one of three flute duets I’ve done this weekend so far. Hopefully I’ll get several more finished before Monday. All these will go in a music book I’ll have published this year.
Alright, this endless canon is done, although there may be revisions later. Unlike some of the other flute duets I’ve written recently, this one is a strict canon, with the Flute 1 and 2 parts identical,
Here’s the next one I just started, not sure if I’ll finish it tonight.
Well I got another endless canon done tonight, or at least the first draft. I think the sense of dancing
Here’s another canon for two flutes — a quicker pace than the last one — also written last weekend. It’s