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    Here is a new piece modelled after a couple of Grieg's Lyric Pieces for piano.
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    Updated version. Finally got the transpositions right

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    Still couldn't get those certain chords right. But by trying lots of chords of different keys and modes I got the sound I wanted.

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    as for me the riif of left hand is short, it is should be longer ...
    righthand interesting theme emerges.
    I like fragment from 0:30
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    Quote Originally Posted by ollv View Post
    as for me the riif of left hand is short, it is should be longer ...
    righthand interesting theme emerges.
    I like fragment from 0:30
    Grieg used a similar left hand pattern in one of his lyric pieces. I varied the attack already more than Grieg did in his. A live version would probably sound more varied in tone. I found a better progression for those chords in the middle that I've been obsessing over.


    Last edited by Phil loves classical; Jan-21-2019 at 07:28.
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    Here is an improvisational piece for Wind Trio. I was always interested in bird calls in music like classical Chinese, and Messiaen. Here it's in a tonal setting.



    Here is the perfected version of this one. I finally settled on a chord progression in the middle after lots of aggravation.

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    Here is a new piano study. Even I may publish a book of piano studies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    Here is a new piano study. Even I may publish a book of piano studies.

    I like that you are thinking of ways to make monetary gains from your output! You are talented and should think that way, you are worthy of it. For me, I enjoy performing, but I have lots of practice to do to satisfy myself.


    This work is outstanding as well!
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    Here is a new simple atonal piece based on trichords. I arranged the register and duration just based on what I felt on flow. No variation in dynamics or attack.




    Tweaked the harmony a bit on this one, where I felt was off a bit before



    Added a repeat in the first part, since the slower section seemed to come in too soon before

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    I really enjoy the Chromatic study, very challenging work to perform!

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    Wrote this today. I was experimenting with all-interval tetrachords following a friendly discussion on Carter.

    Last edited by Phil loves classical; Apr-14-2019 at 02:04.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    Wrote this today. I was experimenting with all-interval tetrachords following a friendly discussion on Carter. Parts of it definitely sound tonal, especially the last part.

    I may like it more performed by a human. It sounds more like Jazz to me than Classical!

    Edit: It at least has Jazz elements about it.
    Last edited by Captainnumber36; Apr-13-2019 at 20:57.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captainnumber36 View Post
    I may like it more performed by a human. It sounds more like Jazz to me than Classical!

    Edit: It at least has Jazz elements about it.
    Agree, it was kind of Jazzy. The melody shape and rhythm at that speed sounded too recognizably Jazzy at the beginning, and I think the mind doesn't pick up the atonal interactions as much, and selectively makes certain tonal associations, so I slowed the beginning down. I also avoided certain associations and made it more chromatic (and free floating) now.

    Last edited by Phil loves classical; Apr-16-2019 at 12:28.
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