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Hi! I'm new here. I would be pleased if somebody gives me some feedback to this pice, is the last movement of a sonata for two pianos I'm writing: 3rd Movement Finale: Allegro Maestoso (3).mp3 Allegro Maestoso (1).pdf I advice that the pice it is not finished and that the coda is temporary. The sonata is called "Emperor " because is inspired in those gigantic paintings of battles. For creating the sensation of movement and horses moving there is this rhythm appearing most of the time in the pice: Thank you! 🙂
This is my "Three Sententiae for Two Pianos, Op. 323". It is my first work for the combination of two pianos. I never would have imagined I would compose for that particular combination. However, the idea to compose a set of sententiae came to me almost six months ago, on the day I attended the concert of a piano duet. And so I have realized it now, six months later.
HELLO!!! Here is my piece called "3-4-5". I know, the title is pretty strange. That is why I am adding pdf file with the notes, so you can check it and find out, why the piece is called this way! Otherwise, if you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to leave them here or in PM. (Hopefully, pdf is not empty this time) Wish you all the best!