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Preludes of Mélancolique

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May 18, 2009 | 11:21 PM EDT
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4.3 MB
2 min 21 sec
4.11 / 5.00

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Rated 4.11 / 5 stars
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So I wasn't sure what to call this untill i thought of the song Valse Melencolique at which i give the inspiration to this song from. I before had it listed at a Nocturne but i realized its not a nocturne its this so enjoy. Please Let me know what you truely think because this is the first of 3 songs to go in my college portfolio (I didn't get in the first time)

This is Ch.1 of he Preludes of a 4 movement piece i working on

Uploaded a higher quality of the song please let me know what you think of the audio quality since that was the most comented about



Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is a really beautiful piece. The phrasing is excellent and the overall tone is mysterious and elegant. The dissonance is choice chords gives it a very Gothic flavor. It's just visually rousing and to that effect the pure essence of good classical.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Quite nice.

To me, it doesn't really evoke the right emotion in me. Melancholy is about sadness, but this felt more like frustration to me. However, it was still a nice listen.

I felt there was a bit too much going on. If you're going for melancholy, it needs to be kept simple and slow.

I like the piano though, and it clear you have talent.

The ending was quite nice, but I feel there was a note missing at the end. It would have been better if you had put one single low note at the end.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I'm a fan of the piano, and this was a very good piece of music. This is what it means to play the piano, a few nice changes of pace and a great feeling overall.

I wish I had some advice besides the length, it was a bit short-lived and ended in a way that seemed a little out of place, but I can't think of any at the moment.

Fantastic job with this, definitely fav'd and I look forward to more music from you.

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sarias responds:

why dont people read. Its a 3 movement work in progress so its this x3 :) but other then that thank you so much for the review


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Can't wait to hear the others

I could see this being used in an dark gloomy action puzzle game. I think it could have done with being a bit longer, because the classicals in my mind are quite long.

I heard some slightly fuzzy sounds in there somewhere, I think that could be to do with too many layers or sound too high.

A little editing and this'll be a very nice piece

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sarias responds:

i explained this in the last review its a prelude which are typically short. im glad you liked it. I think it might me you, cause i mean before it was bad but i re-edited it and it sounds fine on my end


Rated 4 / 5 stars

A shame it was short

A stirring piece that shows how powerful a piano can be if played right. This can certainly be used for most gothic style games, as it's a very rousing piece, that can be used in many dramatic styles.

I think I caught a duff note at the end of it, when you went to the final crescendo at 2.15. Still, with a little playing about, this could be a really excellent piece.

You've got some good sounding talent here and I'll look forward to hearing your next piece.

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sarias responds:

its a prelude, and typically preludes are short. Im playing this one chopin song and its only 20 measures. this one is like 40. also what does duff note mean :) if it means doesn't belong it actually does. Its a new movement im made up :) its like neo-reomatic with a modern flair where i suprise my listeners with a note that doesn't belong with the rest, but still works. Its kinda jazzy. I tried the final chord 1000000 ways and nothingworked right till this thanks for the review though