I was asked to compose a relatively small, a capella choral piece for my school (it's a catholic one and our patron saint's remains are going on tour and will be there for a small time, during which my piece was to be performed). As such, I tried to keep it restrained, although I am planning to end it with a very fast fugue. Btw the dynamics are not written in because Sibelius butchers them.
Still, I would like your opinion and feedback. However, I'd much rather you gave me your opinion regarding the next two pieces (which are in a different style altogether). The first is a impressionistic-ish first try, whereas the second is a more dissonant/non-tonal one. I believe I've posted them both here before but since not much critique was given I'll try again :P
Hi, I am happy with your good music. It makes me feel good.
Salve Regina was very good. I don't have any reference for choral music, cause i don't listen to it, but I liked this one.
Introdução ao Nascer do Sol was also quite good. I was impressed. I wish i had more to say, but I don't know how to talk about music.
the third one would make good haunted house music. It's not really something i listen to much, but it could serve a purpose somewhere i'm sure.
Thank you for your compliments. Haunted house music? Hadn't thought of that, but it makes sense. Rather funny notion as well.