(text written on May 16th, 2011)
This PianoTweet is an extended one!
Because it’s the last one in this series.
At the start of this Series “Sono Dio”,
I promised to explain the construction of this Series.
It’s all based on the structure of
the harmonic keys in music theory.
These are the names of the basic 12 keys:
Fis or Ges (F sharp/G flat)
Cis or Des (C sharp/D flat),
Gis or As (G sharp/A flat),
Dis or Es (D sharp/E flat),
Ais or Bes (A sharp/B flat) and
Eis (E sharp) or F.
Both keys have a Major and a Minor “side”.
So all together it’s 12 times 2, which makes 24 keys.
This picture shows more theory:
I will not bother you with the details…
For me, following this circle of keys was the only thing to do
when thinking about which key to play.
And that’s a kind of luxury for me.
So, this Series has come to an end.
Ideas for new ones are growing.
I explained the deeper meaning of this Series at the start:
> read more here <
To this Series I say:
you were a great opportunity and a
huge source of inspiration!
Goodbye for Now, but… (“Sono Dio” Series, no. 24) – PianoTweet no. 136