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So Near, Yet So Far Away

In tonal harmony, there is a concept of distance between keys.  Sometimes we talk about two keys being very closely related to each other.  At different times we describe two key centers as being very distant from one another.  This … Continue reading

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Symphony in B minor, Franz Schubert

Schubert’s Symphony in B minor is the “Unfinished” symphony, usually listed as number eight of the ten that our friend Franz left us. There are only two movements, what seems to be the first two movements of what normally would … Continue reading

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