Array – Dance


Octatonic tonality used in Dance.
 

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Dance has a multi-octatonic tonality laid out across the entire range of the violin compass used in movement I. All available practical double-stopped chords possible in this tonality are used as the symbolic source material.
Combinations of these chords are triggered by mapping the output of a Brownian-noise fractal onto this
octatonic tonality. Array ends with a contemporary take on theGigue, a fast and lively dance making use of additive rhythms.