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I Dreamed About You Last Night
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I Dreamed About You Last Night

Compositeur: JOHANSON Bryan

DZ 2098


ISBN: 978-2-89737-015-2

Guitare seule

8 p.

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"The title of this evocative piece comes from a dream wherein his daughter was telling him a story and he was improvising the actions of the story on the guitar. On waking he decided to try to recreate via some improvised ideas what he had been playing in the dream, and the end result is this piece. It is very melodic, if unconventional in its approach, as like other pieces I have seen from this composer, the work is barred, but without time signature so one is kept on one's toes throughout. It is quite substantial at six minutes in length, beginning with an introductory idea that after a few seconds becomes what proves to be the main phrase. Chords move freely in and out of the work but the free flowing, dream-like quality continues throughout with whole sections of repeating sequences often with slightly different details every time, just to make it more intriguing to play. The middle of the piece is a startling run of semiquavers that continues for over 13 lines of staves and needs very careful handling. After this the opening idea, slightly altered returns and shortly thereafter the piece glides to a close. This is a very interesting piece that is tonal but definitely out of the norm, and as such carries with it a certain difficulty factor as you find yourself in musical territory that you probably haven't discovered before but should you try it, you will find it an involving work that really catches your imagination. Well worth looking at."

Chris Dumigan (Classical Guitar Magazine)

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