Neo-Impressionism. I wrote this back in college in about 1982 while getting my music degree, named after my theory teacher Dr. Sylvan Kalib. Instead of taking notes in music theory class I made these notes. Intervalic expansion starting with purely chromatic lines expanding to a whole tone scale and then . . . aw forget it, explaining what is going on doesn’t add to or subtract from the music.
I spent the last couple of weeks trying to piece this back together. Now the wife can get some peace and quiet for a few days until I start up on something else. The Kalib Etude is in one of the players in the right hand column if you care to listen, just two-and-a half minutes long.
What little I am able to grasp about music I learned from this great teacher. I could do no less than dedicate this piece to him.