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I could include the pdf score if anyone is interested. But it isn't designed to be physically played; the jumps are too big for hands so it's intent is electronic. 

I can think of some ways that I could improve it but for now comment, enjoy[?] and lose yourself in my pretty strange, self-taught methods for piano composing! 

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I think a score is always welcome. At first sight it sound like an improvisation. I don't mind a piece being formless, or almost. What I don't see is the mixture of moods: sometimes it's jazz, sometimes post-romantic. The irregularity in the rhythm makes me think it's going to be less tonal, but is isn't. Although I enjoy it, what I try to say is that it's not clear (for me) a common element in the piece, except that jumping writing.

On the other hand, if the intention is to be played electronically, wouldn0t it be better another sound (not classic piano)?

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OK. That is great feedback! Tells me everything that I need to know! I have only shown it to one other person and she said that it sounded like a 1950's Alfred Hitchcock horror movie score. So it is doing what I intended: people give very different perspectives; I call this "multi perspective music" or MPM for short.

I'd rather not put the pdf score up; on other forums when I have done that with my music people only talk about the score and they stop listening to the music. It's not an intent to be secret. It's just the bad experiences that I have had on other forums. 

I have a jumpy, irregular, formless style of music composition. In some of my other piano tunes I take that to more of an extreme than here! I have done a rendition with a synthesizer and I didn't like it as much as using a piano approach. Here is a rendition with a metabell synth:  

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