Music of the Day


Ludus Tonalis, or Game of Tones, composed in 1942  by Paul Hindemith, consists of 12 three-part fugues and 11 interludes. Interestingly, the last movement is the same as the first, only rotated 180 degrees.

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2 thoughts on “Music of the Day

    1. I believe the correct term is retrograde inversion – inversion because it’s flipped, and retrograde because it’s backwards. This technique was commonly employed by post-modern composers working with 12-tone serialism. Thanks for reading!

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