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Andantino for Piano, Strings and Flute

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This is my first piece in classical style. Do you think it sounds convincing?

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Harmonically, it's mostly fine. The main thing to take a look at is sectional lack of varying metrical hierarchies. Contributes to how counterpoint is normally dealt with in the era.

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This piece has a nice concerto grosso touch to it.  You can use the orchestra more melodically.  

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Don't have the systemic barline connect from the flute.  It should be separated. The piano should be in the middle of the score.

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This is a fabulous effort. Many of your ideas are consistent with classical schemas and, even though there are obvious direct influences with Mozart, your application of such ideas is well considered. 

Monarchean has rightly pointed out that some of your harmonies could be less static. You have the chords right in most places, although there is a lack of harmonic fluidity and indeed character, the latter of which is something one will develop with further practice. 

Thanks for sharing and I hope to hear some more of your stuff soon!

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