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Hello there!

I have to say, this is very impressive!

Late classical/early romantic is not my type of music, though i am very familar with the works of beethoven, schubert and schumann. From a techniqual perspective your work is great, your harmony and form works very well. I think you are kind of grounded in your harmony, not too much all over the place, but with meaningful and logical transitions. No doubt you master this. Form is very well acording to the style.

My favorite movements is the Vivace and andante cantabile, sounds great! 🙂

As for the title i would assume this is programme music, if so, could you tell us a little more about the movements and the ideas?

 

Congratulations on a fanstasic achievement, very suprising that this post has so few comments.

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On 6/4/2021 at 7:57 PM, Simen-N said:

Hello there!

I have to say, this is very impressive!

Late classical/early romantic is not my type of music, though i am very familar with the works of beethoven, schubert and schumann. From a techniqual perspective your work is great, your harmony and form works very well. I think you are kind of grounded in your harmony, not too much all over the place, but with meaningful and logical transitions. No doubt you master this. Form is very well acording to the style.

My favorite movements is the Vivace and andante cantabile, sounds great! 🙂

As for the title i would assume this is programme music, if so, could you tell us a little more about the movements and the ideas?

 

Congratulations on a fanstasic achievement, very suprising that this post has so few comments.

 

Thank you for your time and attention to my work. This is one of my first successful works, which I wrote seven years ago. This video features a new recording of it, which I finished just recently. 

About the program music - yes, there is a little bit of it. The first part is the very beginning of spring (maybe still a little bit cold and wintery), the second part is the turning point, from it everything moves towards warmth and spring moods and states, the third part is already spring at its peak, in all its colors. 

I think that this sonata is my attempt to show the gradual change of the seasons and my own states and feelings about them through nature.

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