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FALL 2020 COMPETITION: RESULTS


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Hello everyone, and a belated Merry Christmas. Thank you to everyone who was involved in putting together this competition, particularly @Tónskáld, who managed the member voting survey, and @Monarcheon, who selected the list of themes that members voted on as the subject for this competition. Thanks also to all of the entrants for their fine submissions and all who voted.

I hope that everyone is pleased with their finished works, regardless of whether they won or not. After all, that is the purpose of these competitions – to spark creativity with a bit of friendly competition. Please feel free now to post your own works to the appropriate forums and comment on each other's works.

And now, the final results of the Young Composers Fall 2020 Competition: 

 

1st Place

Entry C : Variations on a Waltz by Yoshimatsu, by @Joshua Ng

 

2nd Place

Entry B : String Quartet in the City – Scherzo, by @zhenkang

 

3rd Place

Entry E : Crown of Thorns, by @Left Unexplained

 

Thank you again to everyone involved, and congratulations to Joshua Ng!

@PaperComposer

@luderart 

@caters

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Thank you so much! I am humbled by the achievement and I would like to thank @Noah Brode  and the administrators for their efforts for organising this competition! I would like to ask though, if we will be getting some feedback from @Tónskáld and when will they provide their feedback, I truly appreciate the effort to provide detailed critique!

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16 hours ago, Noah Brode said:

Hello everyone, and a belated Merry Christmas. Thank you to everyone who was involved in putting together this competition, particularly @Tónskáld, who managed the member voting survey, and @Monarcheon, who selected the list of themes that members voted on as the subject for this competition. Thanks also to all of the entrants for their fine submissions and all who voted.

I hope that everyone is pleased with their finished works, regardless of whether they won or not. After all, that is the purpose of these competitions – to spark creativity with a bit of friendly competition. Please feel free now to post your own works to the appropriate forums and comment on each other's works.

And now, the final results of the Young Composers Fall 2020 Competition: 

 

1st Place

Entry C : Variations on a Waltz by Yoshimatsu, by @Joshua Ng

 

2nd Place

Entry B : String Quartet in the City – Scherzo, by @zhenkang

 

3rd Place

Entry E : Crown of Thorns, by @Left Unexplained

 

Thank you again to everyone involved, and congratulations to Joshua Ng!

@PaperComposer

@luderart 

@caters

 

Congratulations to the winner and the 2nd and 3rd place winners. I wonder if we could be provided the number of votes each of the three winners received as well as the total number of voters/votes. Also, can the rest of us participants get a private message of the number of votes that we received, if any?

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On 12/29/2020 at 1:06 PM, Joshua Ng said:

Thank you so much! I am humbled by the achievement and I would like to thank @Noah Brode  and the administrators for their efforts for organising this competition! I would like to ask though, if we will be getting some feedback from @Tónskáld and when will they provide their feedback, I truly appreciate the effort to provide detailed critique!

I will be happy to provide feedback; however, owing to the length and complexity of some of these submissions—and the fact that I have some impending deadlines approaching outside of this forum—it will be some time before I'll be able to actually sit down and compile my comments. My best estimation is after the second week of January. I apologize for keeping you waiting that long and hope you are understanding of my circumstances... 😬

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On 12/30/2020 at 2:44 AM, luderart said:

Congratulations to the winner and the 2nd and 3rd place winners. I wonder if we could be provided the number of votes each of the three winners received as well as the total number of voters/votes. Also, can the rest of us participants get a private message of the number of votes that we received, if any?

Yes, I can send the vote tally for your respective pieces in a private message. As for the tallies of the three winners, I'll see what I can do.

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On 1/2/2021 at 7:37 AM, Tónskáld said:

My best estimation is after the second week of January. I apologize for keeping you waiting that long and hope you are understanding of my circumstances...

Ah I understand. Thanks a lot and don't worry, take your time.

 

On 1/2/2021 at 7:39 AM, Tónskáld said:

Yes, I can send the vote tally for your respective pieces in a private message. As for the tallies of the three winners, I'll see what I can do.

Sure! I will greatly appreciate that!

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On 1/2/2021 at 1:39 AM, Tónskáld said:

Yes, I can send the vote tally for your respective pieces in a private message. As for the tallies of the three winners, I'll see what I can do.

 

It's been 12 days since your reply, but I haven't yet received any private message. I wonder if you forgot to send it to me?

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8 minutes ago, luderart said:

It's been 12 days since your reply, but I haven't yet received any private message. I wonder if you forgot to send it to me?

 

Same, I have not received it as well. I think @Tónskáldis pretty busy with external matters, perhaps we could give him a bit more time.

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