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Well, this is an interesting piece that definitely sounds like a Nocturne. I think it is clever and almost humorous the way you only suggest "proper" cadences. But it is skillfully and consistently done throughout that a listener could relax and enjoy the sure hand of the composer. Nicely done.

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8 minutes ago, Ken320 said:

Well, this is an interesting piece that definitely sounds like a Nocturne. I think it is clever and almost humorous the way you only suggest "proper" cadences. But it is skillfully and consistently done throughout that a listener could relax and enjoy the sure hand of the composer. Nicely done.

 

Thanks.

I like to set aside the strong (perfect and true) cadences for the end, or change of sections. Well, using suspended chords as resolutions is another issue.

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Whoa, there is a lot that seems to be going on in this piece. The 6/8 sections have a sort of melodic line that just wanders on peacefully with the hypnotic left hand. Then, 3/8 against 2/4 sections stumble through almost like stepping and slipping on tree roots in the forest. Interesting nocturne. 

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