Cold spring
 
  May 13th 2017 6:52pm
 
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If you can find the name of the great music master who inspired this tune, you will be rewarded a whopping 222 boons and 22 nubs. From my personal savings!

A hint: The master has been dead for quite some time..

Also, a small surprise is waiting for you at the end of the track.
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83725
Level 24 Mixist
post #83725 :: 2017.05.11 9:38pm :: edit 2017.05.11 9:39pm
  
  Galak Sea liēkd this
My immediate instinct was the adagio in g minor attributed to Albinoni but the chord progression can be found in quite a lot of baroque/early classical music. In fact if you abstract it further just to the idea of the cycle of 5ths, it's a fairly fundamental idea behind a lot of music. But it's even in the same key as the adagio so that's my guess!
 
 
83727
Level 12 Pixelist
post #83727 :: 2017.05.11 9:53pm
There is another veeery famous baroque piece that uses the cycle of fifths during a climax section :) but it's in f minor! I transposed it in my head for some reason..
I'm sure you can figure it out!
And yes, this chord progression is found everywhere, one of my favorite examples being "Autumn leaves" !
 
 
83753
Level 25 Chipist
post #83753 :: 2017.05.12 2:07pm
  
  Galak Sea and growley liēkd this
long live aldi!! (my second-favourite supermarket)
 
 
83765
Level 12 Pixelist
post #83765 :: 2017.05.12 8:02pm :: edit 2017.05.25 11:59am
  
  charlotte liēkd this
You get the reward

The composer is vivaldi for those who are still wondering ^^
 
 

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