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    Sibelius 7, trying out Dorico
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  1. For the most part, I thought it was a good composition. They were a few small moments where I thought the harmony felt a bit off. For example, in bar 44 the C# sounded like a wrong note; C# against D is a very strong dissonance - especially when compared to the harmony in the rest of the piece. I also think it would be nice to vary the crochet rhythm in the accompaniment as after a while I think it gets a little tiring. Even just changing it to minim, crochet, crochet like you have in bar 61.
  2. I enjoyed it. Good job getting a recording as well!
  3. Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it.
  4. Hi everyone, Just finished making the score video for a piece I wrote and thought I'd share it here. The piece is named after the first circle of hell in Dante's Inferno. Limbo is a sad place, without hope, but lacking the violence of the other levels of hell. The piece opens with a 20-note sequence which is repeated throughout the piece, representing the eternity of the afterlife. Hope you enjoy 🙂
  5. Glad you liked the piece! I’m gonna keep the piece short for now but I definitely should go back to it later and develop it a bit more. (I only composed it as I needed a break from a larger piece I’m writing.) 😄 It was alot of fun to write.
  6. Just a short, fun piece I wrote. https://youtu.be/i_g_6Rla2kA
  7. Ooo, dissonant counterpoint sounds interesting. I'll check it out. Thanks! 😄
  8. Some of you may remember that I tried to write a crab canon a while ago. During my family holiday, I decided to have another ago. I enjoyed writing it so much that I wrote another 4 canons to go along with it. I would have written a 6th one but I didn't have time to do so before submitting my composition portfolio for uni. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkZK1SM8trg
  9. Just a few observations. You could do with varying the rhythm more. The vast majority of the piece is either a run of crotchets or a run of semiquavers. By bar 10 I really wanted to hear something other than crotchets. Perhaps dotted crotchet, quaver, crotchet instead. Consider the contour of the melody. This resource should be useful. bar 25: it suddenly feels like a completely different piece. bar 28: the minim very abruptly kills all the energy which was built up in the preceding few bars Watch out with time signatures. bar 6 should be 3/4 then 2/4. This video should really help. Make sure that if something sounds like it should be on a downbeat then it actually is on the downbeat and adjust the time signatures according. For example, bar 13 should be 2/4 so that the D is on beat 1.
  10. The only reason I refer to the set by it's Forte number is that it makes a much better title. <1,0,2,1,1,1> doesn't really have the same ring to it. :) I haven't heard of Pas de Deux, I'll be sure to give it a listen/analysis.
  11. So a while ago, I came across pitch-class sets and decided to use a set (in this case, 4-18) as the basis for a piece. The '4-18 chord' is used throughout the piece and the complement of the set forms the scale used in the flute solo.
  12. Idk. Your post just reminded me of that quote.
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