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Three Inventions

for piano

Year:  1965   ·  Duration:  6m

Year:  1965
Duration:  6m

Composer:   Ronald Tremain

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Sample Score

Sample: Page 1 (Waiteata Music Press)

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Sample Score

Sample: pages 2–3, 5–6 and 12–13 (Handwritten score)

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Sample Audio

Sample: From 0:31 - 1:32

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Each of the Three Inventions for piano is based on specific intervals: No. 1: on minor seconds and major sevenths; No. 2: on sixths; No. 3: on fourths. They are not inventions in the Bachian sense, but free in form and texture.

Difficulty note

Of moderate difficulty these pieces for solo piano are each piece built on a specific interval.

Contents note

  1. Allegro Scherzando
  2. Allegretto
  3. Allegro Vivace

Performance history

29 Apr 1989: Performed by Marc Widner (piano) at Brock University on the occasion of the composer's retirement

Performed by Margaret Nielsen (piano)

Performed by Margaret Nielsen (piano)

Performed by Paul Ciblis (piano)

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