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A work in five movements in serial style, for solo piano                                                                                                                                                                                                         



III.- Tocatta



Estimated during: ca. 7 minutes                                                                                                            

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As part of the Antonio Estévez´s Cathedra of Composition activities, under the accurate tutelage of Mtro. Juán Carlos Núñez, we abroad the exploration of composition styles that some time ago were vanguard. On this was, these Five Dodecaphonic Explorations, intend to explore into that spectrum of combinations of sounds, without more pretention that to know and let that the settled series sense for each movement, unveil the sonorous speech proposed by the composer.                                                                                                                             

The work consists of five brief pieces for piano, developed starting from individual dodecaphonic series. It describes an arch in which all the movements are linked each other for the distribution of them into the global composition.           

The movements of this work were composed in consecutive way, which let to observe an evolution in the speech during the transition from one to another. The main goal of this work is the abstraction from the tonal world throughout the use of dodecaphonism as composition technique. On this way, the composer take a way that that, in despite of already been taken by other composers, let him the possibility of seek his own speech, for be used eventually on further compositions.