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I'm going to post all my piano compositions in chronological order. Numbers 7, 8, 11, 13 and 15 are the best ones in my opinion.

1.-Compositions from youth. (I wouldn't even call this music)

2.-Random piano piece. (Modern I guess)

 

3.-Variations on a theme (Second piece I show in the video)(Classical)

 

4.-Katyusha (Variations)(Romantic/Virtuoso)

 

5.-Musical experiment. (Modern)

 

6.-Portrait of a dahlia. (Modern)

 

7.-Memories. (Romantic with jazz)

 

8.-Invention in D minor. (Canon)(Baroque)

 

9.-Crab canon. (Modern)

 

10.-Videogame experiment. (Modern)

 

11.-Feline Night (Jazz)

 

12.-Chromatic practice. (Experiment)(Modern)

 

13.-Elegía moderna. (Modern)

 

14.-Consonantn't vals. (Experimental/mixture)

 

15.-Portrait of a deaf man. (Modern/Romantic)

 

If you liked or you have some advice please leave a coment. If I see people show interest I will post my other works.

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I've listened to Portrait of a deaf man and Elegia modern and I think they're both really good. I like how you change the rhythm in the left hand in both the pieces; it keeps the piece sounding fresh and I enjoyed the melodies you came up with. I like how you structured the pieces as well; I always like it when the main theme of the piece is brought back in a slightly different form. Keep it up

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My apologies for not commenting on these last night as I originally planned...

First off, I'm impressed with your grasp of harmonies. I'm not sure what I was expecting, but I was pleasantly surprised at both how well-constructed these are and how playable they are. You must be a pianist yourself, or just very good at writing for the instrument.

My favorite was Feline Night, though I almost enjoyed the last four just as much. I love how you're using music to experiment and not just to express yourself—or maybe a little of both. Thank you for sharing these, it was a pleasure to listen to them!

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4 minutes ago, Tónskáld said:

My apologies for not commenting on these last night as I originally planned...

First off, I'm impressed with your grasp of harmonies. I'm not sure what I was expecting, but I was pleasantly surprised at both how well-constructed these are and how playable they are. You must be a pianist yourself, or just very good at writing for the instrument.

My favorite was Feline Night, though I almost enjoyed the last four just as much. I love how you're using music to experiment and not just to express yourself—or maybe a little of both. Thank you for sharing these, it was a pleasure to listen to them!

 

Glad to see you liked my work, and no problem if you forgot to leave a comment yesterday. 

My strenth in composition is probably harmony, for some reason it feels really natural to me in comparison with things like modulations and structure. And yes, I'm a pianist, I play that instrument since 2008. (Althouth my Katyusha composition might be way too difficult, I got too excited with that one haha)

I also like Feline Night because I did it in a specific mood and I was pretty honest with that music. I always try to express myself, but sometimes I'm not inspired enough.

 

 

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Dear Ivan,

Many congratulations for your works. I am pianist, composer and music terapist living in Istanbul/Turkey. Since 18 of March I am doing many online concerts via Turkish Jewish Community Twitter Account @tyahuditoplumu. There is a special occasion for young people here in Turkey on Tuesday. That's why I would like to perform young composer's works on Wednesday. I loved you Jazz piece Feline Night and I would love to perform it. Could you send me your bio and the PDF of your music if you don' mind me to perform it?

my email address is: renan@renankoen.com

Warm Regards from Turkey,

Renan Koen

renankoen.com

 

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