Allemande #6

This version uses some different chords for some of the measures. I’m still not comfortable with the transpositions. The chords are unusual distances from each other, which makes it rather jarring. For example, the A major is a nice 4:3 from the E major, and the D major is 9:8 from E. All good. But the two F# major chords available are either an 8:7 above the E, or a 28:25 above the E. Not good. It should be a 9:8, and neither really works here. B major is 8:7 from C# as well.

Here are the triads used in the piece, in a matrix that shows the relationships between the chords.

I’m getting the feeling I should have stuck with 72 EDO for this exercise.

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Allemande #6

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Prent Rodgers

Musician seduced into capitalism.