Practice Session 4: Rehearsing Past Chords

I’ve been trying to find a way to make a piece that uses a chord progression of a tritone. In music theory, there is basically no way to do this “correctly” without following a bunch of other rules.

I suppose you could say I’m trying to defy the system here. Let me know if you think my defiance has potential, or if the system knows better.

I used strings so the chords would be more defined

2 Replies to “Practice Session 4: Rehearsing Past Chords”

  1. I quite like it. It reminds me of climbing a mountain. Don’t ask me why, it just does. (: Why isn’t someone supposed to be able to do that? It sounded great to me. By the way, I had to pause the Gazalem one in order to hear it properly cuz they both played at once. That was interesting!

  2. It sounds like great soundtrack music. Something you might hear on a space movie like Apollo 13 or maybe Dances with Wolves. I LOVE soundtrack music.

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