Impromptu
for piano
by Brian Chatpo Koo

Written in 2997, this Impromptu consists of three movements. Based on the same material of a series of major triads, these three movements are linked, related to and contrasted with each other.

The 1ist movement, Prestissimo, is a running movement. After the thematic statement, a pouring sound erupts and runs throughout the entire movement in a very fast tempo.

The 2nd movement, Adagio moderato is a singing movement. contrasted with the first movement, it is slow in pace and soft in dynamic.

The 3rd movement, Allegro con brio is built upon a theme and six variations. It brings up a brilliant character and sororities of the instrument by constantly using large range changing and contrasting high and low registers combining.

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