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Alphabet Dance Birthday Card for Tony Pseudo-Rag: GSBleecker Study Cowley Meditation Cliff Walk Life Study Epithalamion Morningside By the sea Calamity Rag Midnight Bells Firefly Lullaby Study in Concord Stone South The Fifth of July Flow Chart Arietta Shimmer To his Music Portrait of Steve Pastorale Cookie Waltz and Gallop Sketching Island Lullaby Green Geese Free Ranging Composer Scott Wheeler writes that he has “always used the piano as a sketch pad, a place to explore ideas in two-minute pieces that might turn up in other forms in larger works.
Bach, Chopin, Shostakovich and others organized their small keyboard works systematically.
Mine have just accumulated over the years, as I suspect is true for Grieg, Scarlatti, and my teacher Virgil Thomson.
In fact, Virgil’s particular version of the 'sketchbook' method of writing short pieces was to write musical portraits 'from life,' in the manner of his visual artist friends.
I was myself a subject of one of Virgil’s portraits, in 1981”.