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    I retuned some parts to have more tonal implications.

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    Ah wut da heck. I went all the way and turned into boogie woogie piano, with some nice dissonant parts.

    "Forgive me, Majesty. I'm a vulgar man. But I assure you, my music is not.“ Mozart

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    Here is what I feel is probably my weirdest piece. It has a more conventional harmony backdrop mixed with some highly chromatic. I tried to approach it from a more conventional standpoint, hoping initially, but feel in the end the two ends will never quite meet. Not intentional, but I can see this being more Avant Garde.


    "Forgive me, Majesty. I'm a vulgar man. But I assure you, my music is not.“ Mozart

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    Ah wut da heck. I went all the way and turned into boogie woogie piano, with some nice dissonant parts.

    This is sweet! At first it sounded like Charlie Brown, love the dissonant portions. Make it longer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    Here is what I feel is probably my weirdest piece. It has a more conventional harmony backdrop mixed with some highly chromatic. I tried to approach it from a more conventional standpoint, hoping initially, but feel in the end the two ends will never quite meet. Not intentional, but I can see this being more Avant Garde.


    Really enjoy this one too, I think your strength is being weird and out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captainnumber36 View Post
    Really enjoy this one too, I think your strength is being weird and out there.
    I was surprised anyone could like it. I figured out a way to make it gel better, by using notes within the scale of the backdrop at first to acclimate the listener and diverging chromatically afterwards. I quite like this one. I think I achieved a certain form of expressionism, regardless of how one feels about the harmony.

    On the piano piece, myself and others thought it sounded like Charlie Brown also. It was a coincidence. The harmony is drastically different, though. I wouldn't make it longer, my secret is to have my pieces not outlast the number of new ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    I was surprised anyone could like it. I figured out a way to make it gel better, by using notes within the scale of the backdrop at first to acclimate the listener and diverging chromatically afterwards. I quite like this one.

    On the piano piece, myself and others thought it sounded like Charlie Brown also. It was a coincidence. The harmony is drastically different, though. I wouldn't make it longer, my secret is to have my pieces not outlast the number of new ideas.

    I think I liked the previous version better.

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    I listened to a few of these, and I like what I hear. It sounds like you are having a good time composing. Is it primarily for fun, or do you have any performance goals you wish to achieve?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shirime View Post
    I listened to a few of these, and I like what I hear. It sounds like you are having a good time composing. Is it primarily for fun, or do you have any performance goals you wish to achieve?
    Purely for fun. I just heard a quote yesterday on Classical FM that some people treat music with too much respect rather than just enjoying it. I don't see myself as one of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    Purely for fun. I just heard a quote yesterday on Classical FM that some people treat music with too much respect rather than just enjoying it. I don't see myself as one of them.
    Oh god, respect for the repertoire is the worst kind of all!

    Music is fun, and I like what you do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil loves classical View Post
    Purely for fun. I just heard a quote yesterday on Classical FM that some people treat music with too much respect rather than just enjoying it. I don't see myself as one of them.
    That's a solid quote! After All our King Mozart wrote a piece about licking his a**

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captainnumber36 View Post
    That's a solid quote! After All our King Mozart wrote a piece about licking his a**
    Don't forget the sequel: Lick my ***, nice and clean!

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    Quote Originally Posted by E Cristobal Poveda View Post
    Don't forget the sequel: Lick my ***, nice and clean!
    Are you for real?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captainnumber36 View Post
    Are you for real?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsieYM4NZE

    The demographics of the performers in this video worry me a little.
    Last edited by shirime; Jun-20-2018 at 01:15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shirime View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsieYM4NZE

    The demographics of the performers in this video worry me a little.
    LOL, that's hilarious! Why are children singing this R-rated piece!!!

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