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VI to i chords are generally considered a little bit odd in functional harmony (until the end of the Renaissance era), without any sort of dominant backup.
I have no idea what happened around 1:15; if they're wrong notes, or you wanted a double layered major minor dominant chord, but it was a mess.
The repetition of rhythmic is good, but might be too much; you only really give 16 bars of actual differing chordal harmony until the end which is a shame.
It's fine, but arcs don't always need that long to build. It sounds like a good introduction to something else.

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At 1:15 it was a mistake :headwall:  I`ll try to use this as an introduction to a bigger piece as you suggested. Thanks :grin:

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I couldn't here the strings very well. They seemed to be playing the melody sometimes, which isn't really necessary, but then again, I would need to here the strings clearer before I can make a definite comment. I noticed that the theme was repeated too many times. Also, I noticed some potentially stooper-bloopers that were very likely made by the player. At around 2:40, I noticed prominent presence of the leading tone in both the melody line and the bass line, which isn't nice. Also pay attention to your use of nonharmonic tones. When there is stepwise motion, find the chord that best fits with the targeted figures. I noticed this to be a problem especially at the beginning of the second theme.

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