success earworm transition! Redid Chopin “Saddest song” in a major key (mixolydian) yesterday morning (in my head then on the computer real quick) to prevent the regular Chopin Prelude in E-minor – THE ONE HE had play at his own funeral by his own request — from becoming a dominating earworm. Went out, and so on and off the mixolydian mode and standard minor would compete and it was ok. This morning, mentally searching for a transition from mixolydian into “something else”, my mind did a very late 1970s bridge chord progression which I always liked – and suddenly: …”you’re just too good to be true…. can’t take my eyes off of you” – followed by the horns. Perfect! A way out of Chopin’s funeral – a fine piece but not want I wanted on a rainy Sunday or a chilly Monday. But these horns I can listen to in my head just fine.

success earworm transition!
Redid Chopin “Saddest song” in a major key (mixolydian) yesterday morning (in my head then on the computer real quick) to prevent the regular Chopin Prelude in E-minor – THE ONE HE had play at his own funeral by his own request — from becoming a dominating earworm.
Went out, and so on and off the mixolydian mode and standard minor would compete and it was ok.
This morning, mentally searching for a transition from mixolydian into “something else”, my mind did a very late 1970s bridge chord progression which I always liked – and suddenly:
…”you’re just too good to be true…. can’t take my eyes off of you” – followed by the horns.
Perfect! A way out of Chopin’s funeral – a fine piece but not want I wanted on a rainy Sunday or a chilly Monday. But these horns I can listen to in my head just fine.
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