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  1. Hello everyone! I started studying some orchestration (which is being quite an overwhelming task :S) so I decided to arrange and orchestrate an old piece of mine, a minuet in G major for piano. The piece was quite simple so I though it would be a nice start for practicing orchestration. The original minuet was a little bit unconventional because of the number of measures and the accompaniment's simple texture, so it is probably not a good example of a minuet composition. I leave a link to the original post of the piano version at the end of this post, in case somebody wants to compare bot
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  2. this is my second endeavor in exploring into the minimalistic music, hope you like it! the video: https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1M5411A76s/
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  3. Well you already know which one I am
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  4. Thank you for your feedback! Thanks to you, I also listened to some new music for me. Yes, this is my recording. The piece itself was made quite a long time ago. I was just beginning to understand something about making music. So here, harmonically, everything is quite simple. Thank you again for your comment! I really appreciate it.
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  5. This is a piece which I composed for my project, I was wondering if you could give me some feedback on what you think.
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  6. Here is the link: Pavana I hope you like it.
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  7. This is the link to the piece: Elegia per violino e piano I hope you like.
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  8. Here is the link: King Polka I hope you enjoy.
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  9. I like the third one, especially the introduction and ending. It reminds me of César Franck (his famous prélude, choral et fugue). I think it could do with some harmonic or textural variation in the fast section tough. For example, instead of the variations on your theme, you could introduce a new one, or change the accompaniment radically. But in the end I suppose it's a matter of personal preference. Is it you playing? If so, it's quite impressive.
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  10. The Elegy in F minor was written in 2020. It is my second duet, since my Fantasy in G minor for violin and piano, Op. 4. The piece is about 14 minutes long, and contains 2 themes. This performance is a remote recording, and the cellist playing is JonathanCello from Fiverr, who recorded a few of my previous chamber works. https://www.fiverr.com/jonathancello/do-session-cellist-for-your-musical-project?context_referrer=user_page&ref_ctx_id=d3f44413-d69e-4a0f-8b73-8ace49eedd1c&pckg_id=1&pos=1 As always, I hope you all enjoy 🙂
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