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The Seven Modes- part 6 Ionian (treble-treble)

The Seven Modes- part 6 Ionian (treble-treble)

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Published by Nathan Shirley
This is one of 7 different short pieces in the collection 'The Seven Modes'. They cover ionian (major), dorian, phrygian, lydian, mixolydian, aeolian (natural minor), and locrian.

All are fairly easy and very versatile. Each of these has 5 different versions available here, they include-

Solo piano
Melody alone (treble clef)
Duet (2 treble clefs)
Duet (treble and bass clef)
Duet (2 bass clefs)

With the version for 2 treble clefs, the top part should be played one octave higher (as indicated by the treble clef with the small 8 at the top).

These different versions may be played by nearly any combination of instruments. Some parts might need to be modified slightly in some cases.

It is encouraged to use creativity when playing these pieces, experiment with different dynamics, articulations, instrumentations, etc...

Parts for alto clef, or transposed parts, etc., may be requested here.
This is one of 7 different short pieces in the collection 'The Seven Modes'. They cover ionian (major), dorian, phrygian, lydian, mixolydian, aeolian (natural minor), and locrian.

All are fairly easy and very versatile. Each of these has 5 different versions available here, they include-

Solo piano
Melody alone (treble clef)
Duet (2 treble clefs)
Duet (treble and bass clef)
Duet (2 bass clefs)

With the version for 2 treble clefs, the top part should be played one octave higher (as indicated by the treble clef with the small 8 at the top).

These different versions may be played by nearly any combination of instruments. Some parts might need to be modified slightly in some cases.

It is encouraged to use creativity when playing these pieces, experiment with different dynamics, articulations, instrumentations, etc...

Parts for alto clef, or transposed parts, etc., may be requested here.

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Published by: Nathan Shirley on May 18, 2009
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