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Fugue No. 1 for Piano

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Uploaded
Oct 22, 2010 | 2:26 AM EDT
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2.3 MB
1 min 0 sec
Score
2.74 / 5.00

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Rated 2.74 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

March 6, 2011 Edit:
Since I first uploaded this, I've found much better music processing software and samples. This piece now uses the Yamaha Grand Piano soundfont by Roberto Gordo Saez available here:
http://zenvoid.or g/audio.html

Original Commentary:
First piece I wrote in MuseScore. Figured I'd upload it. Sounds a lot better than the version for band. Hope you enjoy.

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FKProductionsFKProductions

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice

But as a piano piece, and yes I know you like chorus filled music- You should add a little intro, like a scale. And what I find surprisingly effective is to find some notes on either end of the scale you've used, and just tap em.

0:45 Doesn't work.
But I understand what you were doing :)

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WerewNC responds:

Yeah, there's a run in the pickup measure of the 6/8 march I'm writing now.

I'll agree with you that the area around 0:45 is harsh and should have just been a restatement of an earlier bit on the piano version of the piece. I wrote that in thinking of how it'd sound once I arranged it for band. This was back before I'd even found mixing software. I put dynamics and tempo markings into MuseScore and exported it as a WAV file to be converted directly to MP3. Once I realized how bad the band arrangement I'd made sounded (practically a MIDI file), I decided to upload the original piano piece as well. For some reason, I didn't think to take out the stuff that didn't work for piano. I suppose I still could, but then I'd want to mess around with other things as well to make it less harsh sounding. Then I'd want to fix the band version so it sounds better. For now, I'm going to leave it be so I can work on other projects whenever I find the time and the inspiration to make music.

Thanks for the review!