Jason Page | The Theme is Trapezoid

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The Theme is Trapezoid

by Jason Page

Atonal and aleatory for out of tune piano.
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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1. Pop title trapezoid [4:28]
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2. Trapezoid [2:12]
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3. My perception of a trapezoid [5:11]
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4. The blinds uncover a trapzoid [2:15]
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5. Perimeter of many trapezoids [3:31]
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6. Sway inside a trapezoid [2:21]
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7. Bounce inside a trapezoid [3:15]
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8. Journey about trapezoids [4:25]
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9. Trapezoid for 'out of tune' piano [8:06]
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Performance with others and myself under "The Theme is Trapezoid" are journeys of spontaneity-- allowing the cosmic order of the mind to be expressed freely.


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Unique, relaxing mood music
Interesting take on the keyboard unlike anything you've heard before. Some tunes are relaxing mood music, while others would make a good sound track for a satanic horror movie (think The Omen, Exorcist, etc.). Who knew an out of tune piano could sound like that?