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Nocturne in D Flat Major


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Another nocturne. Currently working on the score 

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I like it, but I feel like you use richly voiced accompaniment much too often without a break.  It's like eating rich food all the time - likely to give one indigestion.  That might be part of the style but I feel like it would have given the piece a nice contrast because changing the accompaniment to be more sparse somewhere in the piece would give the piece a different texture momentarily.  Also - for some reason I hear the music coming through the left speaker only.  Maybe you can't record in stereo?  I had that problem back on my old machine/set-up.  This feels like a nicely through-composed piece and in a way that's an asset to your melodic constitution - it feels very improvisatory.  But at the same time I feel like it could benefit from more melodic structure such as using periods, double periods or sentences to organize the phrases instead of connecting the melodies with chromatic fioraturas.  Still - nonetheless enjoyable to listen to.  Thanks for sharing!

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On 8/27/2021 at 12:37 AM, Luis Hernández said:

Quite beautiful. It would be nice to see the score (just to learn). 

 

Here you go 

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I don’t have much to say, because I second everything Peter said. I love that you used a dotted rhythm for the chromatic scales, I don’t often hear it like that (similar to Chopin’s Op. 9 No. 3) and that was really neat. Love the passion in your playing, and you have a great ear for “delicious, sweet” harmonies — reminds me of syrup😊

 

Thanks for sharing!

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