“Serenade [Do]’s Song” is a piano piece composed in 1954. Yuasa, who belonged to the avant-garde artist group, “experimental workshop”, was taking the first step as a composer, and was seeking his direction while learning from the Western language at this time. This work, which was not released at the time of composition, was also published from Zen-On Music Company in 1981, with his first piano work “Two Pastures” and “Three Score-Set”. The difficulty level is intermediate.
When the composer was young, he always played the organ for hours, seeking chords that matches the melody. In this music, various chords appear while the Do is constantly ringing, we can find the appearance of the young composer. Later he found the original composition philosophy that regards music as an “acoustic energy body”
The song is in three-part format. After the beautiful and gentle first part, the second part with stagnation and the third part with glossy reproduction are continued, the songs finish with the first chord of Domiso. We need to play Do accurately, exprese delicate changes of chords, and listen to the sounds carefully.