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Another prelude in my set of 24 for each key. A very short one this prelude capturing my interpretation with C# Major. short and too the point but beautiful while it lasts. please leave thoughts down below.

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Any chance you'd transpose that to the enharmonic, Db major? Not a lot of people sight-read C# major as well as Db, so it would just be easier on the eyes.

I think it's a very wise thing to work through the key signatures with these preludes like you're doing, so you can get a better feel for how they fit together. This prelude works well, almost like an etude, but with enough unexpected turns to keep it interesting. I liked the flowing-ness of this one a lot.

Keep up the good work!

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Nice piece! I see you continue in your quest to a prelude for each key, and you're doing great so far.

The sequentially repeating of the motif is overall really pleasnt across the piece, and those bits like clef changing in the bass to preserve the other half of the motif there, as well as the contrast between different subdivisions on each voice while approaching the end, both add extra difficulty that makes it even more interesting to play.

Keep the good works coming!

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