This is a piece that was done at a competition. It's a piano trio that tells a story of a woman who finds comfort in a solitary tree bathed in sunlight.
This piece plays with major vs. minor a lot and tries to stay ambiguous throughout. Hope to hear what you all think!
Wow this is quite a long review :)
I am aware of my problems of the first movement, I have improved ever since.
And indeed, my first symphony has perhaps too many ideas to make it a full formally developed symphonic world. But it is my first symphony and will keep it untouched, as a document of my skills back in 2006.
My first tango, composed in 2000. So far I have completed four of them, each for different ensemble.
This one is very simple and it has become pretty popular with the flutists of intermediate level. It was selected as the obligate piece three times in national and international flute competitions and my first piece which has been re-published. :)
It is in sort-of rondo form a-b-a-c-a, in A major, without any contemporary additions in rhythm and harmony.