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-Orr-Nocturne in C# Minor

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Date
07/16/2006
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Song
3.8 MB
4 min 12 sec
Score
3.90 / 5.00

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One of the nocturnes that I've written. Began as a fast piano concerto. www.davidorr.net!

Reviews


TroensvilleTroensville

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 3, 2010

spectacular

I can not stop listening

spectacular



lemurs366lemurs366

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 29, 2010

so calming

it's wonderful



Shen96Shen96

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 10, 2010

10/10 5/5

I loved it, it's such a calm song...



shotgunguyyshotgunguyy

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 15, 2010

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sounds like the song in sonny that plays when sonny talks to you on the phone



BenjaminTibbettsBenjaminTibbetts

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 26, 2009

Great work

Very beautiful, it feels like you paid such close attention to your opening melody and it really pays off. Chopin himself would be pleased to have written such a sensitive opening! I wonder about the middle section, which for some reason doesn't quite satisfy me. The repeating chords are very effective as is the briefly stated melody that comes right before them but I can't help suspecting the whole development is a little short on material. It feels like you were in a hurry, by the third minute, to get back to the opening melody albeit with some very nice variation. There is a truly gorgeous moment at 3:20 - I love the way you played the part with octaves in the right hand during this part; the slight pause before you play each note as if in hesitation which seems to really work here. Wonderful work overall despite my criticism of the middle section.


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