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INNER IMPULSES - AN ATONAL SONATA FOR FLUTE & PIANO

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' INNER IMPULSES ' AN ATONAL SONATA 
FOR FLUTE & PIANO.
1. Andante 00:18 2. Andante (Lead) 8:45 3. Allegro (Rondo) 12:58
Composer: Nick Vargemezis.
 
'Inner Impulses' for Flute and Piano is an atonal composition in Sonata form as it was perfected by the great composer Ludwig van Beethoven. 
I use this music form very often on my compositions without alter its structural construction because even the smallest (two themes form) song, are under Beethoven's contribution to humanity.
Through this musical work I want to make clear to all,  that music composition is not a random fact or only some beautiful melodies as most people believe. This is absolutely wrong. A real composer has to express through a music composition the inner world of people. Then the inner world of people expresses by the movements of the body through dance. This is the true harmony of body, soul and spirit of people. 
Dancers moves in this video are not only attach the rhythmic continuity of this music composition but they are totally sensual. Expressed by the movement of the whole body, hands, head, feet, hair.
The real composer doesn't need to manipulate music notes to create something fictional just to impress the audience.
If the composer know how, then he can produce the greatness of music and express the true existence of people.
And as I always do, I have something beautiful or strange to say, to show and teach  through my musical works in every video that I upload on youtube.
Enjoy this video and admire the inner impulses that externalized with body movement.
And... don't forget please what the Great composer Ludwig van Beethoven wrote:
''Music is the mediator between the spiritual and sensual life''.
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• Video editing: Vernal Music.