Tracey Roberts - Octave Mockery


Octave Mockery

When we were little, my sisters and brother and I would play “fairytales” on the piano keys - in the darkness of the lower octaves lived threatening bears and the upper octaves were the domain of pure white, tinkly fairies…good always triumphed over evil - hence the offensive gesture known as the “one fingered salute”. The coloured middle notes (delineated by the black Cs) are my basic working area for the melodies in my song composition, including the colours of each key (city building shapes denote the business side of songwriting) while Buddha looks on and giggles in the background…

Tracey Roberts © 2010

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