As a classical fugue, it's a little lacking, but it's very pleasing to the ear, especially with the odd accidentals and deceptive progression at the end. I like it very much! Some study of theory and you'd be a master. :)
I got what I expected from the "wtf minor".
I can't tell what key that is. and i have perfect pitch... but i'm not that good with multiple sharps/flats (this sounds like flats) anyways.
but it sounds like a harpsichord.
This song sounds like it belongs in a horror film, and believe me, thats a good thing in my opinion. It sounds somewhat eerie while at the same time...elegant. Certain parts reminded me of Halloween or Friday the 13th, so great job.
Yea, I get that feeling too at some parts, thanks!
uve got some potential
wonderful piece, although i expected a little more chromaticism from the title, you definatly didnt seem to be afraid to use some odd accidentals, you should check out some of Shoenberg's songs, you definatly seem like a 12-tone kind of writer from what this song suggests. keep up the good work
Thank you, I'll go ahead a give a listen to some Shoenberg!
I see that this is a contemporary Baroque-esk composition. The Fugue I assume you attempted lacks an exposition, and pedal-point, episodes are lacking as heard with a pause, it would have been more suitable to just insert an inversion or retrograde inversion. However this is contemporary and there are no rules, I enjoyed the song. Although a little hollow at times, such at the end, I hear just a 1 and 5 maybe an 8th. If you are to do another fugue may I recommend you focus a little more on the counter-melody to add more variety. Nice song though!
Awesome! Thank you! I was thinking almost the same things if not in more simpler terms as I reviewed the end-result. I had not even considered this a classical fugue as i mentioned above, it had originally been a techno solo and more specifically it was comprised of the notes that would be played by the right hand on the piano. When I get around to writing a true classical piece I will definitely use your advice! I may even re-write this song in a more classical form, though it might be a little hard as I don't have any serious music theory background (like classes or study) : ( Thank you!
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.