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3 Pieces in the Style of Beethoven


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12 hours ago, aMusicComposer said:

No. 3 sounds familiar

Worked it out - the melody is lifted directly from Beethoven's Sonatina in F (2nd Movement). I knew that I'd played it before!

Reported for plagiarism (again).

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A word of warning: if you're going to plagiarise something, choose something more obscure! 

You'll just get picked up on if you pick obvious Beethoven...

 

5 hours ago, caters said:

Yeah, I'm pretty sure that's his alt account.

And thank you, Caters

aMC

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7 hours ago, aMusicComposer said:

Worked it out - the melody is lifted directly from Beethoven's Sonatina in F (2nd Movement). I knew that I'd played it before!

Reported for plagiarism (again).

 

If you look at it, you can see that I have developed the motif!! The triplet rhythm, for example, is not present in the Beethoven!!!

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It's less about the Beethoven, and more about the fact we're collectively worried that you'll copy another forum member's work!! Again!! Like you did with @caters and got banned!!!

And then you post on a side account...if you'd been clever you'd have made the name a little more different...obviously not.

 

Look, the problem here is if you stay you'll just copy us again. Ask permission.

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I will point out that the topic does state 3 Styles of Beethoven.  Beethoven keep in mind, is in the public domain.  With that said, @DailyDuo it may work out better for you if you stated your story / motivations behind these works.  People may have a better understanding that way.

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Yes, very true of course! A description would have been appropriate - especially given the "reputation" that you have gained (for straight-up copying others' works). I am uncertain about the laws surrounding quoting from public domain works, but I thought that this should at least clearly credit Beethoven's melody. 

Have you quoted from other works in the first and second movements?

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