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OscarDude15, January 2 in Chamber Music
A couple of things. It was pleasant enough, mood-wise. But there was no contrasting B section, however short, to make you want to hear the melody again and again. Nothing that stood out anyway. I felt that you were playing it much too safe, never veering from the safety of Cmin, keeping the piano accompaniment the same throughout and maybe most importantly, restricting the soloist to play only a constricted melody that never changes. What I mean is, unconsciously perhaps, you robbed the soloist of her asserting any kind of individuality. I hope you take this criticism as constructive, as I listened to the piece many times before responding.
I liked this.
One thing I noticed was that, when it ended, I was expecting it to go on.
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