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Here is an arrangement that I am doing for school with a friend.

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37 minutes ago, aMusicComposer said:

I appreciate these comments. This is meant to be easy to learn quickly and perform by a (if I'm honest) not-very-good band. Does it sound too simple?

 

Yes, it sounds too easy and counterpoint doesn't have to make music harder to play actually.
In fact, it will benefit your music.

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4 minutes ago, Maarten Bauer said:

Yes, it sounds too easy and counterpoint doesn't have to make music harder to play actually.
In fact, it will benefit your music.

 

Thank you for the feedback. I will think about changing some of this to make it better. I was told by my music teacher that it would be easy to make it too hard so we didn't want to make it too hard. I think we went too easy. 

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Towards the end, you already use more individual lines, so there is already a foundation for further improvements. Especially the bass parts profit immensely from having some individuality that contrasts with the melody. There are also some good ideas with contrasting blocks of instruments.

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Here's a new version. With the counterpoint, am I along the right lines?

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