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Piano Sonata No. 8 Op. 5 in A Minor by Isaiah Lord Edward Harden


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I wrote this massive piano sonata in about a week. I've been playing piano for 7 years and just recently am I taking formal composition lessons. I started to compose more prolifically last year though. I'd like to hear people's thoughts on this though. Thanks in advance :)

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You really gave like no information about this piece and it's structure. Is it a traditional sonata, or in sonata form, or a modern usage such as a solo virtuosic piece? Is it in multiple movements? Do the individual movements have titles/tempo markings/themes/whatever? A short cursory listen it sounds trite and poorly written pastiche, almost uniformly sanitized tonality. Without knowing more about what is going on, though, makes it not worth a deeper glance.

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