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Author Comments

"Autumn" is a short neo-romantic(?) solo piano piece.

It's for the Art-Inspired Music Contest 2014.

The nice Artwork:
http://www.newgrounds.com/art/view/silvertwilight/sweet-little-tree

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This is a bit...short. This is really pretty though and depicts the artwork well. Good atmosphere and mixing, though it leaves you wanting more. I was thinking about giving a lower score for length, but it's a 4 because it's really well done, but would have been 5 or 4.5 depending, if there was more. Good job.


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lacipor responds:

Thank you for your review and advice! :)

I agree with both of you that the piece is maybe too short, especially for competition or something.
Next time I will try to make a track or maybe a VGM-loop that is at least 3 minutes long, probably in a whole different genre.

Thanks again for the advice, I really appreciate any advices, always, because maybe I'm not new in the world of musicians, but I'm quite new in the world of music writing and music production, but lately I'm very highly interested in both of them.


Lovely work! It remids me of Hisaishi's piano solos...
I just wish it was a little longer :P


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lacipor responds:

Thank you! :)

My original idea was that to write 4 short pieces with the titles "Spring", "Summer", "Autumn" and "Winter", but I've finished the "Autumn" part only.

I'm planning to upload the remaining 3 parts later (if I'll have more free time to finish them..)

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lacipor
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Listens
645
Downloads
13
Votes
3
Score
3.64 / 5.00

Uploaded
Apr 12, 2014
4:12 PM EDT
Genre
Solo Instrument
File Info
Song
1.6 MB
1 min 46 sec
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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.