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Microtonal Music by Prent Rodgers. Made with Csound.
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Peak position #20
The title comes from the set of Ernie Ball Super Slinky guitar strings that I sampled on a bench and use in the song. Also appearing are Finger Piano, Oboes, French Horns, Bassoons, Balloon Drums, and Tube Drums. The tuning is n/10 ratios.
Peak position #6
Scored for Balloon Drums, Oboe, Flutes, Guitar, and Finger Piano. The piece starts out with a simple conventional sounding 12 tone equal chord progession. But they are not at all what they seem.
Peak in sub-genre #22
This is a piece for flute, clarinet, finger piano, guitar, and percussion. It's based on the 10:11:12:13:14:16:18:20 septany.
Peak position #85
Subduction Zone is a piece for Alto Flute, Bass Clarinet, Guitar, Marimba, Finger Piano, and percussion. It is based on four chords in the Partch Tonality Diamond: F 4/3 minor; A 8/5 major; C 1/1 major; and A 5/3 minor.
Peak in sub-genre #36
Piece for Woodwind Quintet in E 6/5 subminor and E 16/13 major, with a few stray C 1/1 major, G 3/2 subminor, A 8/5 major, and B 24/13 subminor.
Peak position #73
Microtonal music for Woodwind Quintet in a 15-limit tonality diamond. This piece makes extensive use of minor and sub-minor scales derived from the utonality and otonality series.
Peak position #57
This is a piece for woodwind quintet. There is a great deal of microtonal slides that might be challenging for the average wind instrumentalist.
Peak position #53
Music based on chord changes using the otonality and utonality.
Peak position #56
Music for Microtonal Slide Piano - This is a piece based on utonal scales, that modulates up the otonality.
Peak in sub-genre #44
This is a piece with musical material from the Partch Tonality Diamond. The primary scale is based on the overtone series starting on A#, expressed in ratios as 8:8, 9:8, 10:8, 11:8, 14:8, 16:8.
Peak position #89
Tsantsa is the South American native word for shrunken head. Listen and notice your head getting smaller?
Peak in sub-genre #38
Omar y los Bandeleros play every Friday night for the wealthy retired Americans in Ajijic, mostly Mariachi Music in the Moonlight at the Posada in town. But on Saturday nights they move to the school gym off the town square and step up the tempo.
Peak in sub-genre #25
actual samples are taken from my finger piano, an amplified kalimba-like instrument I made in 1978. The samples were cleaned up with CoolEdit and programmed using Csound to simulate a music box.
Peak in sub-genre #60
Titke refers to the technique of guiding visitors to a museum along a path towards what you want them to learn by entertaining them along the way, like a path of flowers
Peak in sub-genre #44
The title is taken from one the only phrases in Spanish the Americans in Ajijic learn when they move down from Brownsville at the end of the rainy season.