A piece that explores through a Baroque Jig medium, 3/4 and 6/8 at the same time.
I really could not sleep, I was sleeping on the floor in a friends room and too cold (and possibly too drunk) so I wrote a set of 21 variations (I was 21). It has since been revised but still has to settle.
This was written on one of my rare holidays. This time to Amsterdam, with my wife. We were having Coffee in the centre, when suddenly a Carillon (an instrument typically in church towers that uses a primitive keyboard to play a set of bells with connected hammers) started up and played Mozart in the still air. This piece was my impression of the experience.
This movement was a try at writing a classical style piano sonata, hence the title.
The Slow Movement, with this I am trying (poorly) at Beethoven, it still needs some extra work.
The Minetish, this is a modern version of the minuet.
A modern jig.
Here are some of my compositions, sorted out into Instruments and groups of Instruments. Click on any image below to go to the corresponding page.