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I don't usually post here in this sub-board or make chamber music or any sort of orchestral compositions, I'm usually in the rock section.. This is actually my first attempt, I decided to do a very simple 'Septet', with the setup made famous by Beethoven: clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, cello, and double bass. All criticism will be appreciated, I have no experience in this type of music and would love to gain some. The composition itself is a mixture of rather horror or grief in the beginning, resolving into the satisfaction from the calm following anxiety. I hope you like it, if it's not very formal for an orchestral piece, judge it as music as well. In my opinion, I preferred the second part, what about you? EDIT: Thought it would help to add that I created this through D.A.W., no scores (I can extract a score per instrument but that's not very friendly). It's done through MIDI Notation or a technique similar to that, which when used to is much easier than one would think. I actually think it's as easy as scores are for who understand them, which for me I barely understand anything of them.