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My first piece of modern music.


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Ian Moore
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« Reply #30 on: October 24, 2014, 08:51:49 pm »

I could not take the work seriously now.  It is very much a student piece.  It was written by someone who I barely recognise.  It has a stuttering quality as you implied which I find quite charming (in a naive way). But, you are correct. I don't think it hangs together we'll enough.  What are all the gaps for?
I still find it interesting from a historical perspective. I was hoping that other people might take a similar interest.
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