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A Handful of Nothing

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Date
03/06/2011
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Song
2.1 MB
2 min 7 sec
Score
4.36 / 5.00

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Author Comments

A whole lot of giving for a handfull of nothing. Ever felt that way? .....me too.

From my album "No Rush Hour"

http://www.amazon.com/No-
Rush-Hour-Marky-Spark/dp/
B007N8SR34/ref=sr_1_3?s=m usic&ie=UTF8&qid=13414076 30&sr=1-3

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WingoWinstonWingoWinston

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 23, 2012

Brilliant

Very inspiring piece. It reminds me of when I was writing the music to my song Broken Free. I kind of was just a little.. well pissed off at the world in general haha. Lately my music has been much more chipper but this is a reminder that the pain was still there once and can just as easily come back. So what I'm trying to say is, "Super Awesome fun time job." :P



AdamWhelanMusicAdamWhelanMusic

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 21, 2012

Lovely!

Very Well done! Such a beautiful piece of music! Keep up the flawless work.


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biggeridiotbiggeridiot

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 13, 2011

Pretty nice

I'm all about constructive criticism so here goes: I like your overall composition, the pause in the middle is quite nice, and the very quiet and moody conclusion is extremely well done and sensitive. BUT I don't know how much piano you've played because it sounds like you're holding down the sustain pedal too long whenever the piano is playing solo, and the notes are bleeding together too much. Normally a pianist would raise the sustain at minimum with every chord change (not counting transposed chords).

The only other improvement I can suggest would be to pick a more pleasing chord progression starting at :34. I think you're playing E7, C7, G7, F7, and to this listener the move into G7-F7 is a little bit awkward. This is maybe a situation where the composer should listen to his music in a different room or setting to get a new perspective on it (a really hard thing to do at times). I always ask myself when making my music, if some other dude had written this, would I like to listen to it?

But don't get me wrong...overall it's a nice piece and the sensitivity you've shown here indicates you can do great things in the future, so please make some more!


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MarkySpark responds:

Thanks for the constructive criticism, it's always valuable.


JamesDean56JamesDean56

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 1, 2011

great work

my new favourite piece.



zappy7zappy7

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 7, 2011

Every Single Day

It's always give, give, give to everyone and never get anything in return. But when you don't ask for something in return, that is what seperates you from everyone else in the world and makes you less like the world, and more like yourself.


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MarkySpark responds:

You are right Zappy!