Dance like ey? I kinda get where you're coming from!
Lol! I like the image you've painted XD
This is most certainly all over the place. As I just responded to Luncay Echo, I didn't really care about making this piece sense making; I just experimented in a lot of ways, until I was done. I understand that this gives the piece a sense of being improvised :D
Hmm. I can't find what's that special about 3:23 in particular, as that's the same rhythm I used in 0:28, 0,44, and 3:00. Although the parts may sound similar, there's actually different chords and melodies in all of those places :3
This piece does indeed end suddenly. I didn't want it to ever lose its momentum, but to end when it was at the very top XD Just weird experiments and such...
I have to disagree a bit about the repetition. I feel as repetition is a tool which may or may not be used. There's no need to use every tool in every piece. Repetition is a thing which you can do well without, but which is not so good when used too much. Repetition also exists in different forms! Example: Notice how 1:43-1:55 is actually a shadow of 1:33-1:41; though the chords and melodies are different, they clearly relate to each other (I don't know the musical term...).
Apart from that, 2:15 is clearly a variation of the beginning of the piece.
Also, the same chords are used in these four separate parts, with similar melodies: 0:20-0:28, 0,36-044, 2:51-2:59, and 3:13-3:20 XD
I understand your point though, as my piano music generally lacks that much general repetiotion, at least most of the time. I like flowing pieces. I do know how to repeat stuff though (like in the Last Dance). Much of the time, repetition can just be hard to notice in my songs I guess, but there is a lot in almost all of them. I just change something in each repetition, so it's never exactly the same! That is, the arrangement at the very least is not the same :3
Thanks a great deal for being so active at reviewing and listening!!!