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"When putting chaos into music, there's always a perfect chord in it."

 

Please do give feedback if you can on what you think about this piece

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Monarcheon    255

It's a good idea to play around with. I just think it could have gone further, you know? The idea of having a cluster resolve into consonance is normally demonstrated in here by the cutting of tones, rather than the dissipation thereof. The latter could have been explored a lot more too. The growth then resolution is cool as a high point, but the resolution to dissonance was a little strange. 
It also repeats a lot of things without too much variation and that definitely took me out a little bit. This whole piece relies on changes so it kind of irks me personally to have such a large portion of the piece repeat.
Good job!

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Lovely interplay of consonance and dissonance. The dissonant held chords create hints of otherworldliness, eternity and tension lurking around and shining in but are always nestled in a recognizable tonal structure.

The quiter parts like the flute/woodwind part in the beginning create a nice etheral atmosphere. I really like it.

I honestly think this piece would be a real beauty if the instruments would sound more realistic or being played by musicians.

On 11.8.2017 at 8:24 AM, Monarcheon said:

It also repeats a lot of things without too much variation and that definitely took me out a little bit. This whole piece relies on changes so it kind of irks me personally to have such a large portion of the piece repeat.
 

 

I disagree here, the repetive parts are giving orientation and there is enough variation and dissonance to keep it interesting for my taste.

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