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WilfD last won the day on January 5

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  1. I was wondering if anybody here had some advice on finding source material for compositions, similar to Vaughn Williams' Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis. I wanted to do something, probably with a folk tune, but I didn't know where to find one. Any advice is appreciated
  2. I've only listened to it for a few minutes so far, and I'm quite enjoying it. I would imagine it would quite well as something more upbeat to study to. Good Job!
  3. I agree I just wanted to add a few more suggestions of ways to develop the 'skeleton' Try adding multiple voices maybe in the left hand (think RH of moonlight sonata mvt. 1) - this maybe difficult due to the range of movement but might be worth considering Try incorporating/imitating another style - either a genre or a composer Try swapping around the hands - having the arpeggiated movement in the RH, higher up etc Try using different tempos (tempi?) and/or different dynamics - neither of these change throughout, adding a rit or accel, or a faster/slower section would provide some contrast (similar things for the dynamics) Overall, just experiment, maybe play it through on a piano a few times and see what works. If you do change it, I'd like to see the new product
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