Lubomyr Melnyk (Germany, 1948) devised "continuous music" for his piano compositions that is closely related to the minimalist repetition of
Steve Reich: a continuous flow of rapid arpeggios that generates overtones melting into each other.
This translates in a very fast playing technique, up to a dozen note per second.
The Lund-St Petri Symphony (1979) for organ,
Legend and Song of Galadriel (1984),
The Voice Of Trees (1983) for three tubas and two pianos.
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