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Hendrik Meniere

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  1. @Tónskáld Here with less doubling.This project is gi¡oing really slowly... I'm buissy with other things
  2. The Emperor Sonata for Two Pianos is he 14th sonata I wrote for piano (even though the 1st for two pianos). I consider this sonata my 1st sonata (because the other 13 before this one could fall into the "Sonatina" cathegory.). The idea with this piece was inspired by the concept of Liszt's Sonata in B flat minor of creating an enourmous sonata where all the sonata is a gigantic sonata form. The first movement introduces the first subject (the Prometheus Theme by Beethoven). Second movement he second subject. Finally the third would be a third subject and the development . The cadenza its the recapitulation where all the subjects are restated in the same key and are transformed into this kind of "Fugue" where all the subjects sound toghether in harmony. The sonata is inspired in the 5th symphony of Beethoven, the first movement starts in C minor and the last in the glorious C mayor. During most of the piece the doted rythim can be heard. That rythim is for simulating a horse running. MOVEMENT I (Allegro) The first movement is written in sonata form. The first subject is introduced in C minor (1:28 min), the second subject (the Prometheus Theme by Beethoven) is presented in G mayor (2:20 min). The movement stills need to be finished (a lot) Ingnore from minute 3 until the end. MOVEMENT II (Adagio) The second movement is written in G mayor, (it needs to be transposed to D mayor so the theme in the second movement is in the dominant of the Prometheus Theme). The movement is still very raw. Its still needs to be developed and polished. In 4:13 min, the arpeggios of the first movement reapear. MOVEMENT III (Alegro Maestoso) The third movement, the finale, presents the last subject (that is just a baseline for the ending "fugue"). Then it develops the baseline and repeats it again. When the coda starts (5:48 min), there is where I need to work. In that part the "fugue" will enter (6:04 min).
  3. I like it. As someone mentioned beffore, I feel you want to go to a more romantic style but the piano writing reminds me of the first movement of Mozart's 20 piano concerto (I love that because is one of my favorite piano concerto.) If you have not listen to it, I highly recomend to do so. The first movement of his 20 piano concerto is kind of dark, and you should listen the cadenza that Beerhoven wrote for Mozart's 20 piano concerto thr first movement. Overall, great effort can be seen. I'm still waiting for the next movements !!!!
  4. 😄😄😄 Great pice!!!! I love the oboe part and its ornamentations.
  5. Nice pice!😃 You can really follow the story. The barroque section it seems ispired by Handel's passacaglia. Could you provide a score?
  6. Here the still unfinished introtius of my requiem. The opening is inspired by the Requiem in C minor of Haydn. I would appreciate feedback! 🙂
  7. Thanks for you feedback 🙂 ! I just want to point out that this is only a draft, so for my final and defenitive version I will take in consideration what you said! Thanks @Luis Hernández!!!
  8. Me encanta la pieza, tiene este ambiente dramático, pero de vez encunado puedes sentir esperanza aunque luego se derribada por la fuerza y drama de los metales. Probablemente de mi piezas favoritas de un compositor actual por no decir mi favorita (me encantan piezas con ambientes oscuros). 🙂
  9. Here my Dies Irae from my little Requiem I'm writing. Latin text: Dies iræ, dies illa, Solvet sæclum in favilla, Teste David cum Sibylla! Quantus tremor est futurus, quando iudex est venturus, cuncta stricte discussurus! English traduction: Day of wrath, that day in wich the centuries are reduced to ashes; as witnesses King David and the Sibyl! How much terror there will be, when the judge is about to come, to judge everything strictly! Happy for feedback! Soon I will upload the score but here is the audio:
  10. Thanks @aMusicComposer a lot for your feedback and suggestions! 🙂 🙂 🙂 The baritone clef was my mistake! I did not realised that I had put a baritone clef!!!! Thanks a lot for advicing me! When It comes to sharps and flats I havo no idea. I have changed the key signature to D minor/ F major. I do not know if that solves the problem? Well.. anyways thanks! I do have but right now I'm blocked !!!😞 no inspiration... Well, for a third time thanks a lot!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 Here the corrected score:
  11. Thanks for your comment! Yeah, I as well think there is to much doubling not giving the pice a more diverse texture. I'll try to add more harmony and take away some instruments. Thanks again for your feedback! 🙂 Yes there is, but right now I'm a bit ashamed of my orchestration skills 😅!! Maybe some day I will... Thanks @Tónskáld for your comment!!!
  12. "Marcia Funebre" for Piano Here a little funeral march that proably I will generate a more developed pice from it: Marcia Funebre (3).mp3 Marcia Funebre.pdf Open for suggestion and feedback! ADVICE! The dynimic notation is still not finished.
  13. 👍 I love the fugue very "BACHy"
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