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  1. Muchas gracias Luis! Me alegro que te guste. Cómo ya he dicho, tengo algo en mente estilo el preludio en B minor de Rachmaninoff para desarrollar la parte central, que es mi preludio favorito, pero muchas veces plasmar lo que tienes en la mente y más si es algo más virtuoso es muy difícil. Trans: Thanks Luis (that's all you need to know hahaha)
  2. Here I bring you a little piece I composed yesterday night. Wish you enjoy (I may develop central section later)
  3. Thanks a lot to everyone for your nice comment. I see many people citing liszt, but actually ( belive or not) Rachmaninoff, Chopin and Schubert were my main inspiration ahhaah
  4. I enjoyed the piece, I see some disconnection between parts, but that may be your intentions. A great complex work, I working for reaching that point, amazing job!
  5. Here I bring you my last work! I don't think this will be the final product of it, since the Coda is yet to be refined and I may add another sections, but I think the most of the Idea can be seen. What do you think?
  6. Here I bring you some work i did today, wish you like it or it inspires you!
  7. Here I bring you a video of me playing. In this video I improvise over a theme, more or less making variations (not really neighbours most of them), and sometimes just going on my own too. It was a bit cold, I hadn't played for a few days, and I was improvising, so don't be rude over my playing, I want to share with you what I think they're a ingenious impromptu full of color and life (not too humble if I say myself, but well ahahha). Here it's: What do you think on the different variations, themes, harmonies and transitions I use? Let me know: (I say it again, please, I know I play really bad, and sometimes I really do it messy, but dont harass me on that xD).
  8. This job is breathtaking!!! From the start I knew already "this is gonna be amazing" Deserves to be performed for sure! I see some Mozart influences here, keep doing this awesome!!!
  9. Thanks! They're in c#, c minor and c major, not c major all. Read again. The # can't be written, so it deleted and seems as C
  10. Those notes are supposed to be played at the same time by 2 fingers, as 2 independent voices. One example of this happening by greatest composer is Bach's Inventio no.1 where he does overlap 1 note for each hand, near the final part of the piece.
  11. Very nice job!! It's beautiful, it's me or Do i feel some asiatic music influences? I like the middle part more, it's more classical/romantic alike, the start seems more modern.
  12. I agree with Quinn, but other possible solution could be a really constrating section there that eventually evolves to the main material, or either holds the constrast. As it's a prologue, I belive the fact that the feeling of something more coming: "this is just the start" is precisely the most indicated one.
  13. Great job!! I don't know why, but this concerto reminds me of Pokemon's soundtracks xD
  14. Great piece!! I love it a lot, it's very Schumman/Schubert alike or at least I think so
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