Heptadecatonic Drops: Reviews

Hajdu’s studies to “Double Concerto” [original name for “Heptadecatonic Drops”] for two pianos –clearly structured, with rhythmically and motivically pronounced frame movements–were also convincing. The composer contrasted it with a computer-controlled version for synthesizer, in which the octave is subdivided into 17 steps. A musical plead that different tunings can indeed coexist.
(Kölner Stadtanzeiger, May 12, 1989)