Austenite, I'm still working on the score (mostly because im not used to write for brass instruments yet, so thats mostly why some dissonanses can be heard), about the summer competition, i didn't knew about it, its for a major work im working in, but it would be interesting to participate. Thanks for the info cx
I tried to use a better set of instruments but i dont really know how to export it to MP3.
I have not heard Verdi's Macbeth but i will indeed, this work is not part of an opera though, but i will take that as a complement I guess. :D
Absolute baroque style.
It's a pity we cannot see the score...
I like it, there's a beatiful middle section (1:10....).
What I'm not sure of is the tremolando in an organ (they seem very long sometimes). I think it's more typycal in the harpsichord.
It's very romantic with some sparks of "modernity".
It's surprising that all the piece long is written in a very "marcato" style without becoming tiring. Perhaps is because you combine well the figures in both hands and that makes, many times, a counterpoint effect. Modulations in middle section are good.
This is amazing. The music is much more expressive with the pictures.
And the music itself is the kind of music I like. I see that the number of instruments you choose is the right one. Harmonies are beautiful (and non tonal, I guess), I don't agree with people that always say atonality is only for "terror music". This piece is somber and, perhaps, "dark", but in one sense it's also peaceful 8for me, at least).