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Time Remembered by Peter Paulsen

From the album

Album Title: A Few Thoughts
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015


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Fiona's Comments

Not short on technique, would be nice to capture the sense of feeling in amongst all that m9s and 5th and maj. 7ths talk. Just a thought.

About the Album

Time Remembered is an intriguing and challenging piece in a few ways. It is a 26-bar form (16+10) expanded by opening up the last two bars of Cm9 to function as an interlude between choruses. The melodic line covers a range of not quite two octaves consisting of a beautiful balanced combination of diatonic scale passages, arpeggios and larger intervals of a 5th and maj.7th reminiscent of a modern classical art song melody. The harmonic progression is made up of predominantly m9 chords contrasted with five maj.7th#11 chords used for one bar each.

Track Listing

Time Remembered; Slow Poke; So In Love; Beneath a Weeping Willow’s Shade; Waltz for Dave; Comrade Conrad; Third Time.


Peter Paulsen
Peter Paulsen

bass, acoustic

Additional Personnel

Peter Paulsen: bass, composer, arranger; Tim Brey: piano; Francois Zayas: percussion.


Date featured

December 3, 2015

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