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I set out to challenge myself with this particular work. As chromaticism is a strong component of my musical language -I decided to do away with it for this particular episode.

The transitions are more seamless and are derived from fragments of the ending section (something I'm becoming fond of doing, to be honest). 

The score is a tad messy -but I'll provide a clean copy eventually.

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The idea that starts at m.5 reminded me a lot of "City of Stars" from the soundtrack of La La Land. 

When I read the initial post I felt "Oh boy, what have they done to our @jawoodruff and his chromaticism". Well, after listening to it I felt "Oh, there he is". 

Anyways, it still sounds a lot like you and I love it. The only thing I feel is kinda awkward in this are the caesuras you used in the initial idea. It feels like running out of air a bit, so I would love to see them pedaled through.

 

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Yeah, those are there mainly to help render the fermata hold in musescore. I don't like how the notation software does that and didn't feel like adjusting the tempo for those bars. Should probably have hid them 😛

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