Was mainly good, good piano work and the backing was nice. I did find one or two of the piano notes to be a bit off though, but that may just be me. Nive tangents it goes on too. I quite enjoyed it :D
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Enjoyed 1:25-1:50ish, but didn't like it generally
I soon got weary of the constant crotchets played by the left hand. Just because it's the 'bassline' doesn't mean the rhythm has to be absolutely constant and unyielding!
I liked it when you brought in some chords rahter than single notes around 0:20 but just couldn't get over the boring left hand rhythm!
I don't think the beats worked for the style and even the right-hand melody got pretty repetitive when compared to the work of some of the old masters.
Having said that, I loved the centre section, where you abandoned the left hand and had those sorta 'pulsing' synths for about 20s. It had a sorta 'flying' feel. Maybe you could pursue that in another song, using that same pulsing synth and having a slightly more legato melody?
But for your next classical song, I suggest you just concentrate on the piano and try to make the left hand play some more interesting rhythms and let the right hand evolve the melody a bit more.
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Your first try at a classical tune, and you seem to have a knack for it! I don't really hear what most other people are saying about it sounding awkward, I think it sounds just fine. I definitely think your jazz stuff is of a higher quality, but anyway, keep up the good work!
Nice, but quite monotony
The beginning promised well but in the middle of the song I felt quite bored. You should try to change piano background and make your work more varied :)
Drop the 'four note'
After a few bars, the four notes which you've played through the song seems to be a little out of place. I'd suggest that you dropped it and made a move towards the rest of the tune.
You're good enough to remember rhythm and the best part of this particular piece was in the middle, when you did drop it. To me, it is like riding a bike with stabilisers. You're capable of riding without, so ride without them.
A nice introduction of the drum beat as well, but I think you can do so much more with just keeping this piece to Piano, honestly.
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