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For the past couple days i've been trying to create a piano song with as much realism as I could muster. Paying attention to the placement of every note (making them come in too early/too fast in some areas), sustained notes to emulate the pedal, and studying free form playing graciously donated by MilkMan-Dan and BrokenDeck, whom are both excellent pianists.
By studying their scores and better understanding the interaction between fingers and the keys, I am proud to show the fruits of my labor. With the story as follows.
A tragic and heart breaking event leaves a young pianist to sit on his piano and express where words fail. What tale surrounds his agony filled with such fragile trembling and yet resolve of hope is beyond us dear listener. We can only listen to this song of suffering and try to feel this poor soul's anguish.
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