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Feb 16, 2017 | 5:24 PM EST
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4.7 MB
2 min 5 sec
4.20 / 5.00

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P.s.: Thanks so much NG for the Frontpage Feature. You guys are great :)

Hey there folks,

here is a little track that i have writdedicated to my friend barbara mutzbauer. Its a late-romantic piano track and a mix of emotional and very virtuous passages.

Hope you enjoy it!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


soo.. pretty awesome, sounds like you've been doing this for a while :) I love those quick riffs at e.g. 0:28, 0:45

doesn't sound super emotional/romantic to me, but that's pretty much subjective, right

technically it's also flawless, nice dynamic "alive" sound, wish I could play my piano like that

so good job

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

reminds me of a cross between a Chopin mazurka and a Grieg lyric piece. as a piano player myself, i enjoyed it thoroughly!

SoundChris responds:

Thanks a lot man - glad you enjoyed it :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

You have an excellent ability to be very descriptive in your playing, as your leads and tiny little flourishes here and there that pop up keeps things interesting by almost going off into tangents. That being said, it's not a piece I would at least actively seek out, but this would work very well in a lounge/elevator setting. Soothing but thought provoking. I like.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

The LH arrangement sounds neat and well thought out, and it has nice rhythmic changes and phrases, whereas the RH sounds sort of improvisational. The song doesn't evoke much emotion, and it's not that complex in structure, but it's enjoyable and stimulating. I personally don't think an emotional song is inherently better than a song that's simply fun to listen to, so it's nice to hear something like this.

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SoundChris responds:

Thanks a lot BlueOceans! In fact i always try to write in a way that the left hand keeps everything together and gives the piece the pace and order while in the reft hand i always try to add a feel of freedom and improvisation. Hm personally i think its very emotional in its way but maybe it depends how you receive music. The late romantic genre always has inspired and impressed me massively and a lot of these pieces have got a very high level of virtuosity. I also always loved to play stuff like this, so maybe i just have got a crush on that kind of music :D

Thanks so much for your kindness and enjoy your weekend!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Superb composition, and above all excellent play. Amazed me how software could give you the real feel like sitting in a concert where the pianist performed it joyously. I could only dream to play such complex composition, let alone writing it. This is one of those pieces that I would say it's so nice and dandy, you will never get bored of listening. And it's so darn short!

Anyway, great piece! Awesome work!

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SoundChris responds:

Thank you very much SnowTeddy - much appreciated :) Yeah the EWQL Pianos Platinum are incredible and IMO stil THE piano library out there. I love the Steinway aswell as the Boesendorfer Imperial and the Bechstein. Also that you have 3 different mic positions to craft your very personal sound and the fact that you can trigger special staccato samples via modwheel just makes a difference. I only can recommend this product - in my eyes it was totally worth the purchase - even its very hardware hungry.

Ah well it may be short - but i always prefer the listener would have wanted more (which is a good sign) to the situation that the audience thinks, the track was nice but could have been shorter ;)

Thanks for your kind review and have a great weekend!