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Murmur in the Wind (WIP)

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This is my first piece where I chose a tonal center to stick to (G major). I'm learning to be a conscious composer and it feels really good. A lot of frustration dissolving every day. Anyways, I welcome any feedback

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Well...pretty good. The harmony at the outset was bold, not just the louder opening but the quieter bit up to 0'56". G major? What? It didn't stay in that for too long did it!? lol. Great stuff. But then..... The tune and accompaniment following were fine in themselves if a bit winter movie scene but didn't match how the piece started. However.....it all depends how you progress from here. The second idea might be just right as a contrasting subject. As the material stands I was expecting something even more outrageous after 0'65" !

Super harmonic progressions and that applies to the latter part too, if not quite as adventurous.

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1 hour ago, Quinn said:

Well...pretty good. The harmony at the outset was bold, not just the louder opening but the quieter bit up to 0'56". G major? What? It didn't stay in that for too long did it!? lol. Great stuff. But then..... The tune and accompaniment following were fine in themselves if a bit winter movie scene but didn't match how the piece started. However.....it all depends how you progress from here. The second idea might be just right as a contrasting subject. As the material stands I was expecting something even more outrageous after 0'65" !

Super harmonic progressions and that applies to the latter part too, if not quite as adventurous.

 

Thank you. It's hard to define what the first part is doing, the second part I was definitely going for a more tonal approach, kind of as an exercise. Still learning, my next thing I'm going to work on is form

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