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Dueto para violino e piano – minimal music | soundtrack – Tales Botechia


Dueto para violino e piano is een compositie van Tales Botechia – die voluit Tales Eduardo Pelison Botechia heet – de jonge componist is en woont en werkt in Brazilië – het stuk dat ik van hem heb uitgekozen om te orkestreren heet:

Dueto para violino e piano

de M4A versie, de Apple Lossless voor de grote speakers en de koptelefoons


  • Viool op de voorgrond
  • Violen in de achtergrond
  • E-Piano Mark II
  • Dry E-Bass


Update op 30 juni

een verkorte versie is onderdeel geworden van de film Life of the Long Ears
de M4A versie, de Apple Lossless voor de grote speakers en de koptelefoons

de korte film

de soundtrack in de korte film van Ben Film


Transfigured Vision V - een compositie van - Eduardo Viñuela Ostinatrio Secundo - Minimal Music van - Anne Ku Adagietto for Strings - Minimal Music voor de klassieken - Tales Botechia Blunt Tower variations - nieuw minimalisme Repetition Two for Strings - semi-minimal-music Blunt Tower Variation 02

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6 Reacties

  1. Peter Baanen 31 mei 2014

    Mooi en hypnotiserend!

    • ferrie = differentieel 31 mei 2014 — Berichtauteur

      dank je Peter – – misschien wel geschikt voor één van je toekomstige films 😉

  2. Desmond Clancy 21 mei 2014

    This understanding adds to my enjoyment of the work and appreciation of your skill as a composer.Thank you for this enlightening answer.

  3. Desmond Clancy 20 mei 2014

    Fascinating piece of music, it was a lovely track, had me (my mind) flowing along with it with glee, it was magnificent to my ears and will listen to it again. There is one point I must mention and hope you accept it amicably, namely that it ended so abruptly, surely this wasn’t intentional or was it?

    • ferrie = differentieel 20 mei 2014 — Berichtauteur

      the end is created by the composer Tales Botechia – and i left it this way – a moment of awakening from your meditation perhaps?

    • Tales Botechia 20 mei 2014

      I was invited to answer that question: Yes the ending was intentional. Basically this piece works in a cycle of 3 different chords, each one per measure. The last chord is a dominant chord. This chord asks for resolution, is like making a question and waiting for the answer. Then, when the cycles begins again the music goes to the tonic chord, creating relaxation, and also “answering” the question made by that last chord. By finishing this piece on a dominant chord, is like making a question that you’ll never get an answer, which gives that sensation of abruptness.

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