Composition No. 73: Thirteen New Inventions

by Simon H. Fell

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Composition No. 73: Thirteen New Inventions (2005)
Improvisations after J. S. Bach (duration 25 mins. approx.) for solo piano.

A recording of this work is available here: philipthomasbf.bandcamp.com/album/comprovisation

This is a 'study' size score. If you would like a larger score in order to perform this piece (or for some other reason), please e-mail us at info@brucesfingers.com for more information

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released December 2, 2005

composition © Simon H. Fell 2005
this edition © Bruce's Fingers/S. H. Fell 2005

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Simon H. Fell Limoges, France

Simon Fell is a composer and double bassist active in free improvisation, contemporary jazz and modern classical music.
Born in Yorkshire (UK) in 1959, he lived in East Anglia
between 1978 and 2004, playing weekly (at least) on the London club scene. Since 2005 he has lived in the Limousin region of central France.
He founded the Bruce's Fingers record label in 1983.
[photo: Dave Pearson]
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