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Date
01/30/2010
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Song
5.8 MB
6 min 18 sec
Score
4.13 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Hi there!
Here's my new composition that gained a distinction, an "Audience prize" and "Player's prize" on XI Compositor's Contest in Warsaw, Poland. The subject of competition was a piece of music inspired by Chopin, by using some fragments from his compositions and making the whole piece on them. I'm presenting you "My concept" of this fragments. Listen, enjoy and of course make a comment please :D
Cheers,
Martin

The players:
Orchestra of "XIV Student's Music Forum" conducted by Michal Lukasz Nizynski

Reviews


berdin420berdin420

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wooooooooow

this has so many different feelings to it. its just so amazing.keeps me wanting more...and then it gives it to me
i hope you make more like this
some parts reminded me of philip glass
so good



stiltoncheesstiltonchees

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Thank you

this is amazing, I wish I could write a longer review but I've got nothing to say. Simply amazing.



LennyCertanLennyCertan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

powerfull, lovely, smoothly, painfully ...

... different, adjuratory
MASTERPIECE
Wish you all the best for your future as an musician and you will be a celebrated musician soon...
cheers



IsariosIsarios

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

very interesting

I enjoyed your ending best of all and your use of percussion.



CreamingStarCreamingStar

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Wonderful

Firstly, great job Martin! I love the intro portion. I feel a bit of Mahler in the way you build. I'm not incredibly sure about the transition at 1:51. Definently more 20th century, which I was sad about, but I do not know what you were going for. It hear a bit of Stravinslky influence maybe? Thank you for getting back to something a little more intement at 3:20 haha! The transition to the waltz at 4:20 is fantastic and very fitting!

Thanks for sharing Robo! This is a fantastic piece. I give you a 9/10 because Beethoven wasn't making 10s at your age, and because I am excited to see how you develop with your music haha! Just do me a favor, and don't abandon tonality one day haha! If it wasn't a good thing, then it wouldn't be so popular (aka pop music)! Once again, thanks for sharing and good luck!

Take care,
C-Star

Ps. You should check out my classical pieces sometime. I would enjoy your critiques. I don't have the mind or time to write with true classical complexity like you do, so I stick with more of a Pops feel.