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Thread In-Between Modes (for Electric Piano)

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Hugues Bedouelle

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"In-Between Modes (for Electric Piano)" by Hugues Bedouelle. You can listen to the piece at the URL below. Your criticisms and comments will be considered with attention and interest.
https://soundcloud.com/hugues-bedouelle/20hb7ep
Description: "In Between Modes" is entirely written in the diatonic scale that corresponds to the white keys of the piano.The piece is written in a pandiatonic style, i.e. giving the same role to every note of the scale. Therefore, the piece is neither in major mode nor in minor mode, hence the title. The music was played with the "Vintage Tines MKII" electric piano from Pianoteq, in basic stereo mode, which gives it a jazzy flavour.
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