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Bagatelle no. 1 in A minor

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Jun 17, 2008 | 1:41 AM EDT
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1.2 MB
41 sec
4.08 / 5.00

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A short easy piece in A minor. Allegretto, even though I played it slower than that.

I will be coming out with more bagatelles such as this for novice pianists to learn from.
Sheet music to these will be 99c each.
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Thank you for listening, yet again.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


I love your stuff dude.

All I can say :'D


Rated 4 / 5 stars


This was a sweet short piece, calm and interesting. I did not give it five (I gave it a four), because it was WAAY too short! I can see that developing into something much longer. However, very beautiful. :-)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautifully simple.

Very nice piece for beginners..ha, I could learn to use this. I'm scolding myself for using my ear instead of reading sheet music for stuff. I used to be able to play sheet music on the piano easily when I was first learning, now I can play for crap, lol. I mostly use my keyboard for compositions now, not playing. It bored me.
I wish I was given something like THIS to learn instead of stuff like the Purple People Eater. what

You know this has played about 8 times? It doesn't get tiring too easily. Not unless you're learning this and having difficulty :P

The ending is nice and simple. (Right now I'm thinking, I should improve my music vocablulary. Bagatelle..?)
I love the feel that is established throughout this piece. It can represent a number of emotions, depending on your mood, what you're thinking or doing, or what's around you. That's what I love about this piece. I can't say the same for a lot of other stuff I've heard.

-Vesta J

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Winterwind-NS responds:

Hey there
A bagatelle literally translated means 'a trifle'. The most popular ones were composed by Beethoven, but I don't think it was him who coined the terminology. His most popular one is Für Elise, which everyone knows.
hahha Purple People Eater.
Thanks for the review


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is a very nice piece for beginners to learn from. Hopefully I can learn to play as well as you do. I play some piano, but I suck at it for the most part. I can't point out any flaws at the moment, but I can say that it is beautiful in its simplicity. It'd make a nice loop for a movie or game. It's two AM here, so I must go to bed. I've stayed up just to listen to this piece and leave my thoughts.

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Winterwind-NS responds:

I was worried whether people would understand what I was trying to do with this opus. If you ever need sheet music, don't hesitate to contact me. Thank you for gracing me with your lovely reviews.