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Dec 21, 2005 | 5:17 PM EST
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1.2 MB
1 min 16 sec
2.83 / 5.00

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Rated 2.83 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Probably my 3rd ever completed composition, it has 4 small movements.....



Rated 5 / 5 stars


great job man this is great, though i couldnt tell between the movements lol but thats fine
i loved the intro right hand arpeggiated diminished, sounded slightly evil in a sense.
u really have a good sense of music theory my friend, keep it up
i wanna hear more music like this!


killtony999 responds:

Thanks for reviewing.....
Glad you liked it. Thank you, I've studied music theory for the past four years, and have studied music in general almost all my life..... Ya the intro I like alot too..... But too be ABSOLUTELY specific the chord is E full diminshed 7 (E,G,Bb,Db) intro starts on G note, its also the second chord of the progression of the first two movements.....
Well anyway thanks for reviewing and I'm very glad that a fan of Beethoven, Chopin and Thchaiovsky likes my work as well.....


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I really enjoyed it.

It's a fun little piece. Reminiscent of CPE Backs' solfegietto. It's pretty basic and simple, but it sounds quite nice.

There's one thing you definetly need to work on a li ttle bit, and that's transitions between themes. I recommend looking at piano music from the classical period (and strictly from that period) particularely Mozart as he does some amazing stuff with transitions.

One last thing that young composers rarely pay attention to (when they really really should) : dynamics. Not enough of them right now...

With best intentions, Count.

killtony999 responds:

Thanks for reviewing.....
Ya the transitions are pretty choppy here I know but the transition between the first two movements was intentionally sudden, it keeps with pace of the two movements and I think it has a nice 'umph' should I say..... But ya the other two need work. But to think that I could do anything like Mozart is madness!!!!!.....About the dynamics - They are minimal because this specific recording is MIDI, I have played the piece myself but I never could record it well. The only dynamics is within the voices, the bass and soprano as normal are emphasized, there arent any as of now beteween dominant and tonic chords and such..... I am taking your advice into consideration so thank you
Glad you liked.....


Rated 3 / 5 stars

started out good...

ok. the beginning was really good and i figured that this was going to be really good. only got worse as it went along. i really couldnt even tell the difference between all of the movements, as they were frickin short ass movements. the ending was also not very good and the last note didnt fit in- it was out of tune and just didnt fit in with the end. nice try though :-)

killtony999 responds:

Thanks for reviewing.....
Ya the full composition is a bit longer with each movement being a bit longer, But its way too long to put on here..... The last note was just jibberish, really, just meant as a finalization..... not colorization.....
Either way glad you took the time to review and I am taking heed to your advice.....