2014-04-142014-04-14http://www.brianalandelaney.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/dark-logo-002-e1446686518646.pngbrian alan deLaney | composerhttp://www.brianalandelaney.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/dark-logo-002-e1446686518646.png200px200px
Join me as I compose, live, from scratch on air, without knowing anything about the piece beforehand.
#composer… https://t.co/PQ83DgyKlz 2 days ago
@jmgerraughty Only if it is something interesting. Like quartile harmony or something like that. Unless, of course,… https://t.co/E6gUsCul14 2 weeks ago
…the carless use of the whole-tone scale frequently makes it sound worse than it is, particularly when used by casual improvisers. Because of the homogeneity of its material, it is often used in the most obvious manner, which destroys the subtle nuances of which it is capable and substitutes a “glob” of “tone color”