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Prelude & Fugue, Fanfare, and Nocturne

Bah. Another one. There’ll be some non-“musical” content up here before I post up any more of These Sorts Of Things, I promise! It’s a pretty small piece though, shouldn’t cause tooo much offence. If you’re a bit squeamish, just look away and you’ll be fine.

Prelude and Fugue in Eb ( ps | pdf )

[update: There were some errors in the prelude. oops. fixed now!]


Also, because adding new scores to an existing post isn’t the same as adding a new musical post and so breaking my promise above, two other pieces;

Don’t know what I think about the following piece; should definitely not be played with a metronome.

Nocturne ( ps | pdf )

And this is a piece that was originally titled “Dance” but seemed a little too short and repetitive to really be able to stand with that sort of title hanging off it. However, owing to some Bentzon-inspired inspiration, it appears in this humble post as a Fanfare, a title which, to my ears, suits it just fine!

Fanfare ( ps | pdf )

There. Take a big breath. Good. See? Wasn’t that bad; nothing too it, really.

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