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Piano Sonatina (LIVE)

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Jul 13, 2017 | 4:51 PM EDT
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11.2 MB
4 min 54 sec
Score
4.76 / 5.00

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Rated 4.76 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
piano
benjamin
sonatina
tibbetts

Author Comments

A short piece in three movements for solo piano. This is a live, in-concert performance.

Movement 1 begins at 0:00
Movement 2 begins at 1:35
Movement 3 begins at 3:11

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Chuck-RipperChuck-Ripper

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice notes 5/5 stars


BenjaminTibbetts responds:

Thanks!


CoookiezGDCoookiezGD

Rated 5 / 5 stars

every note is spot on and it's an amazing new masterpeice!


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BenjaminTibbetts responds:

Thank you!


DavidOrrDavidOrr

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wonderful performance and masterful use of sonata form, Ben! The proportions lend themselves very nicely to repeating the development/recap section. Love the little details like accented 2nd beats at the close of the exposition, as well as slightly varied recapitulation. Textbook example of sontata form and all it can do.

2nd movement sounds very "Tibbetts", with a graceful use of ornamentation and organic modal mixture. Great contrast from the first movement. Only thought here is that the very "classical" dominant V7 chord to cadence into the 3rd movement feels a bit out of place to my ears. Have you considered perhaps using a dominant a 9th or 11th to give a bit more color to the sound? I feel like that might work better contextually. Something to think about, anyway.

3rd movement -- love that modal mixture at the start, fresh harmonic sequences. Very tight, coherent design. Ending felt a bit abrupt; have you thought of adding a bit more time before the last chord? I could hear 2 or 3 beats here; or perhaps a fermata on the rest so the performer can decide.

Again, great music and performance. This is one of the greatest study pieces in sonata form I've come across. Is sheet music available? Would love to use this with my students.


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BenjaminTibbetts responds:

Thank you very much, David! I think your suggestions are spot on; I'll make those changes and send you a PDF.


whoknewboowhoknewboo

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is wonderful. Each note distinction is clear and flows beautifully.


BenjaminTibbetts responds:

Thanks very much.


FrumpyGunFrumpyGun

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Simply magnificent and beautiful, thank you for making such good music :)


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BenjaminTibbetts responds:

Thank you! :)