A suite made up of sketches 58, 62, and 78. I like this better than the first, personally, since I actually studied this type of music before these sketches, instead of mindlessly writing what I thought this type of music was. Enjoy!
I'm not that familiar with this kind of music, admittedly, so I think it was pretty okay. No modulations this time around, and the repeats seemed to pad for time rather than serving harmonic or structural purpose, since there's no real B or C section afterward. I appreciate the clear and defined ending on this one, however. It made it feel complete.
With this one, I feel like the chord progression was not as well supported; it does start to sound a little monotonous after a bit, especially since it essentially repeats with minor changes. The modulation in the middle was very smooth, I'm impressed, but again. Maybe a little too late.
You end on the VI chord? That's the most confusing thing about this one.
It's pretty nice with a nice chord progression that is supported very well with the orchestration. You modulate near the end, it perhaps was a little bit too late, but it was welcome. Sounds like video game music. The section at around 2:00 started a little bit awkward with weird trumpet notes that glissed? To the A-flat, I think, in F major. Maybe I'm wrong.
When the sax went into a swing rhythm in the melody it sounded a little bit off in comparison (it was only for a little bit).
The ending was also a little awkward, but I can see what you're doing with it.