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Try listening to the composition with your eyes closed and let the music walk you through a day from sunrise to sunset.
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Try listening to the composition with your eyes closed and let the music walk you through a day from sunrise to sunset!
 
 
  
 
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== Equipment used ==
Pro Tools
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*Pro Tools 7.4
Various Samples
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*Reason 4.0
Reason 4.0
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*Fruity Loops 7.0
Fruity Loops 7.0
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*Handheld recorder and various samples
  
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== Acknowledgements ==
  
== Acknowledgements ==
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I was heavily inspired by Pierre Boulez and Paul Lansky, both Gods of composition.
  
I was heavily inspired by Pierre Boulez and Paul Lansky. They are gods of composition.
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== Contacts ==
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Please send ANY questions/comments/suggestions about this composition to [mailto:john.fontein@gmail.com John Fontein]

Latest revision as of 02:20, 16 May 2008

What is it?

My final project is a Charakterstück composition, or a character piece. Titled, Douze heures d'une journee, French for "twelve hours of a day," the composition is a musical representation of morning, afternoon, and evening. The piece is broken up into 3 movements: 6am-12pm, 12pm-6pm, and 6pm-12am, each with its own character, rhythm, and harmonic contour.


Try listening to the composition with your eyes closed and let the music walk you through a day from sunrise to sunset!

Where can I download it?

http://www.princeton.edu/~jfontein/mus316 — Right click and save file

Equipment used

  • Pro Tools 7.4
  • Reason 4.0
  • Fruity Loops 7.0
  • Handheld recorder and various samples

Acknowledgements

I was heavily inspired by Pierre Boulez and Paul Lansky, both Gods of composition.

Contacts

Please send ANY questions/comments/suggestions about this composition to John Fontein