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Author: cant4get
Posted: Aug 05 2021 - 12:29 PM
Subject: Please help identify this piano piece
Please bear with me as I'm not a musician. This piano piece (or excerpt?) is rather brief, brisk and in a minor key, Parsons code opening notes: *S US DS DS UUUUDDUD (staccato- scherzo). It continues with some brisk and beautiful clashing harmonies, moves toward a very lush major key tonal?/harmonic? section, then reverts to the opening style, again brisk and minor key. This piece (or section?) is not very long (perhaps 7-10 minutes?). I heard it 25 years ago, for some reason thought it was Bartok or Dohnanyi but I simply can't find it. I would greatly appreciate your help so I can hear this captivating piece again and I thank you in advance for any suggestions! -Diane
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