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    Here's my piece for the youngcomposers Theory 302 course. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzIBSqp3U1U
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    Very interesting exercise that really highlights how much music plays a role in evoking a response to the scenes. Your score made the film very unsettling for me to watch since your music with the surreal animation kind of made it seem almost like a horror film to me (something I have a weak stomach for), while the original score (I had to look it up to compare) evoked that feeling far less in me. I don't know if that was intentional or not and is certainly meant as a compliment rather than a criticism since I thought it was neat that it had that effect on me.
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    Nice piece. Reminds me of Mendelssohn's "Hebrides" overture.
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    Hi, this is a rousing work with a Beethoven sound. Bold statements and drama, etc.The theme is good but could be better. I did hear it throughout and it was very well placed. But I didn't hear the kind of development I would have liked. And I think the reason is the repeated notes in the theme. After a point they become sorted of wasted possibilities because they don't move the action forward. Had you ever considered giving the fourth beat of the theme more to do in terms of pitch, and then giving the repeated notes, if you still need them, to a subservient voice? It would open up a lot more possibilities. Btw, have you played this for anyone else, like a teacher?
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