• Germán Sabogal 317 8067452
  • compositorges@gmail.com
  • Medellín, Colombia, Sur América
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Development of creative thinking

Development of creative thinking

Auditive memory

The combination of minor keys with their major relative and the conjugation of melodic and harmonic intervals extracted from stories not only by the composer, but also belong to the everyday, the environment where we live and our feelings and idiosyncrasies of the Latin people become the motivation for this theme song.

Secondly, I use very incidental rhythmic schemes without a pattern or tempo established by the composer or the interpreter;

This is according to the melodic discourse that is executed by the soprano sax where a connection with the listener is sought at the same time, evoking emotions and feelings from the past (childhood) the present (adolescence) and the today that is one step away. a near future.

I dare to say that we are awakening emotions through simple rhythmic, melodic and harmonic schemes. The combination of the three is represented in musical forms from a first part (moderato), the second part a

(Andante), the third allegro part (proclamation), ending in the opening theme, making this a universal concept “motivates” not only for scholars, but also for those who like good music.

Music brings us, takes us and transports us to unexpected places that open the way to creation.

Descriptive and incidental music or soundtracks for film, tv, jingles or radio.

Music as a universal language transcends the limits not only of the urban, the architectural, but of the mind where there are no borders, nor conditions to what we see, perceive and emotion.

The human being is one: “The flesh dies; but music is immortal”.

Music is a harmonizing balm for the spirit.

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