|This piece can be performed in any rhythmic style or tempo. I've put an African 7 against 6 (2mm of 3/4) rhythm against the lilting swing waltz melody, and I added lyrics. It will keep repeating, similar to Ravel's Bolero, picking up instruments, interplay, and intensity as it goes. Following the climax, it will affect an abbreviated palindrome, culminating in a rubato vocal chorus of 16mm.
Notice the #9 in the lead on an +MA7 chord (m.15). Sometimes I'll use an +MA7 in prominent places to give it emphasis (m.1), to make it a priority chord, for example, in a non-functional chord succession. In that milieu it creates further tonal ambiguity, due to the imperfect (augmented) 5th. While it's position in a progression (root progression) will affect how it's percieved, the chordal 3rd usually sounds as a temporary tonal center.
Here it is below: