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Sonata in C Minor 1st m

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Mar 18, 2008 | 7:04 PM EDT
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2 MB
2 min 14 sec
3.79 / 5.00

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Rated 3.79 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Nothing much to say... but well, this is a piano-only piece I worked on for quite a long time. All the semiquavers made me pretty dizzy, but well, I finally got it done, I guess. Have fun listening.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hey I like it

Hey whats a good freware / under 30 dollar program i could download ?

ClassicalFreak responds:

I think Noteworthy Composer is pretty okay at 20 bucks...


Rated 5 / 5 stars

4.07 / 5.00 (+ 0.087)

I'm actually trying to play this on the piano. I got the right hand down. Thanks to you, I can get back to training my perfect pitch ^.^


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I like it.

Very good. Could use a little bit more work in places. (in my opinion it would be good a bit slower, not much though.) Puts shame to my stuff. What program do you use to write it?

ClassicalFreak responds:

Hmm.. I used Reason. Thanks for your kind review . =D And well, I shall listen to your works when I do have the time.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

loved it.

hahaa.. if you dont mind could i use this piano piece of yours as my phone's ringtone :P LOL kidding.. its good man. =D


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great piece.

Great piece, interesting and entertaining. Doesn't suffer from too much repetition and prolixity. This piece could HUGELY benefit from more careful sequencing to make it sound natural, as it sounds like point-and-click into a sequencer right now. Tempo rubato might help a little here as well, although I imagine it would hardly be used in this piece. OR, record this being played on a real piano! That would be the best-case scenario.

Keep it up!!

ClassicalFreak responds:

Thanks for the review. Yeah... it was all point and click, since I can't play the piano very well (so live may be out of the question). Might add a little more dynamics and shift notes a little bit left and right to make it more 'real'. Also, this is just a draft; if possible, I might introduce some modulations (since they are a key ingredient to sonata form D=).