Thanks for the comment! I'm not too sure on the skill requirements for this piece, as I'm not an oboist, but I'm sure it's somewhat difficult, as you mentioned -- I didn't want to make it too simple, yet I'm unsure of I made it too difficult -- I'll only know with a performance. Regarding the adagio section, here I lowered the skill level down quite considerably to allow for a respite, but I understand your criticisms about the piano. I hope you give the other movements a shot and I will become uploading my other sonatas soon.
Mixing in the first piano section made it too loud. The rhythms in the next section of after were too heavy, again a mixture of the piano and guitar volumes caused issues... to me it sound like it lagged some? I could have misheard that.
My main problem with this is how the non-harmonic tones sometimes don't get resolved or resolve awkwardly. Somewhere near the end of the end for example, you have an E clashing with the 5th of the G# minor chord, and I know it's supposed to hold until the next chord where it makes sense but in the moment it sounds really out of place. Fixing some small details like that would make this flow smoother.
My sentiments exactly. The style in opinion gets pretty repetitive after you analyze the piece for a few minutes. Maybe it's purely an audience piece so that wouldn't be an issue, but that's what I saw. For example, I think it's really beautiful in places, but when you hear chord progressions instead of notes, it gets kind of monotonous.