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COTD #7 : Leftoverturned part 1 09.11.2008

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When I complete a composition there are often unused ideas left. Some of those I find actually pretty good but if I can’t see how to fit them into the piece then there’s not much choice but to discard them. For a while. I rarely delete stuff, I archive. Once in a while I browse the archives and listen to such ideas in no particular order, and sometimes I get to see a way to combine some of them. Then I have the seed of a new composition. Today’s clip is excerpted from such a piece.

“Leftoverturned” is a rehash of “Countless Questions,” “Informaëlstrom,” and ideas discarded from the “1000 Radios” writing sessions. The origin of the “leftover” part of the title should be obvious by now, and the “overturned” part refers to countless questions which have been vanquished and have now vanished. Here is part 1, entitled “No More Questions” :

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1. COTD #73 : The Origin of Reinfused « The Goal Was So Near - 25.02.2009

[…] how to combine some of them, then I have the embryo of a new piece. I have already presented “Leftoverturned” and “Questioning Tasteless Creepers” as illustrations of this recycling process. […]

2. COTD #88 : Questioning Tasteless Creepers part 2 « The Goal Was So Near - 25.03.2009

[…] Tasteless Creepers” is one in a series of rehashes that also includes “Leftoverturned” and “Reinfused” and which all comes from reengineered ideas leftover from other […]

3. COTD #90 : The Evolution of Countless Questions « The Goal Was So Near - 27.03.2009

[…] of it wasn’t used in the final version and eventually grew into the first half “Leftoverturned.” Its title remained though, and is now the title of the whole suite. More importantly, that […]


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