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Spring 2 - Piano

Solo piano score -This piece, I wrote it at about the 1995s. The title : Printemps. (Finally, for what that wants to say… ). In this time, I travelled by train, every day, to go to my work. One hour of travel. I had the time to read and to write. Even of the music. I had made the harmonious analysis of Beethoven's sonatina. I used this harmonious walking to write "Printemps". I lengthened, added the whole blocks, changed the rhythmic and the tempo. In fact, there is only a structure, a skeleton on which I put back a new flesh and some laces. Main character : birdbrain ! The Baroque’s music is based on the independence of the voices. From the 18-th century, one accompanies a melody. For the Baroque, the voices are quite equal, everybody speaks together. One always finds this way of making in the jazz (New Orleans) and the music Klezmer. "Printemps" is written in this style. There are 3 parts which quarrel, complement each other, converse, enjoy themselves. Three parts, three voices : guitar, stamp : Rain, and piano. For me, it is a piece which makes smile and the same laughter. It is as well for me, a sign that it is not so bad as that.
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Spring 2 - Violin

Solo violin score - This piece, I wrote it at about the 1995s. The title : Printemps. (Finally, for what that wants to say… ). In this time, I travelled by train, every day, to go to my work. One hour of travel. I had the time to read and to write. Even of the music. I had made the harmonious analysis of Beethoven's sonatina. I used this harmonious walking to write "Printemps". I lengthened, added the whole blocks, changed the rhythmic and the tempo. In fact, there is only a structure, a skeleton on which I put back a new flesh and some laces. Main character : birdbrain ! The Baroque’s music is based on the independence of the voices. From the 18-th century, one accompanies a melody. For the Baroque, the voices are quite equal, everybody speaks together. One always finds this way of making in the jazz (New Orleans) and the music Klezmer. "Printemps" is written in this style. There are 3 parts which quarrel, complement each other, converse, enjoy themselves. Three parts, three voices : guitar, stamp : Rain, and piano. For me, it is a piece which makes smile and the same laughter. It is as well for me, a sign that it is not so bad as that.
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Spring

This piece, I wrote it at about the 1995s. The title : Printemps. (Finally, for what that wants to say… ). In this time, I travelled by train, every day, to go to my work. One hour of travel. I had the time to read and to write. Even of the music. I had made the harmonious analysis of Beethoven's sonatina. I used this harmonious walking to write "Printemps". I lengthened, added the whole blocks, changed the rhythmic and the tempo. In fact, there is only a structure, a skeleton on which I put back a new flesh and some laces. Main character : birdbrain ! The Baroque’s music is based on the independence of the voices. From the 18-th century, one accompanies a melody. For the Baroque, the voices are quite equal, everybody speaks together. One always finds this way of making in the jazz (New Orleans) and the music Klezmer. "Printemps" is written in this style. There are 3 parts which quarrel, complement each other, converse, enjoy themselves. Three parts, three voices : guitar, stamp : Rain, and piano. For me, it is a piece which makes smile and the same laughter. It is as well for me, a sign that it is not so bad as that.
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WINNER Joseph Eastburn

Born in Philadelphia in 1837, Joseph Eastburn Winner was a composer and music publisher, son of instrument maker, Joseph E. Winner, Sr.
His brother Septimus Winner was also a composer and music publisher in Philadelphia.
The two brothers were partners in the music business from 1845 to 1854.
Alone, Joseph E. Winner operated a publishing business in Philadelphia from 1854 to 1907.
He often used his middle name, Eastburn, as a pseudonym on his compositions.
Joseph E. Winner is best known for his popular song, “The Little Brown Jug”.
He died in 1918.

Renaissance

Renaissance

The revival of interest in Greek and Roman culture between the 15th and 16th century influenced significantly the art in general and especially music.

The beginning of the Renaissance in music is a point of debate but the end date is hardly contestable because it marked the entry into the Baroque period. Invention of printing allowed a wide dissemination in Europe and took part in outbreak of many composers.