Intabulations

The Renaissance practice of ‘intabulations’ was the arrangement of consort music – instrumental or vocal – for keyboard. An intabulation was the making of the impossible possible: a single person could now render a performance only possible by a consort. Late last year I began work on a series of new intabulations in just intonation. Created using notation software and with sampled sounds of classic electric pianos, they are in a some respect the impossible made possible. I recently published the first three of what will be a larger and longer set of works.

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  1. Daniel Charles Thomas January 22, 2019 / 8:46 PM

    Ambitious. You make me read music! Sounds rather good, too. Only ate the Bells so far. Write you later more after I hear the Scriabin and at ease. HAPPY WINTER ! ! !

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