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#1749024 - 09/08/11 05:45 PM Passionate piano in g-minor - virtuosic
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Registered: 12/02/07
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Hi music and piano friends,
I would like to share with you my newest solo piano piece. I hope you will like it. Its hard to play (the glissandi at the end are the easy part since they are in g-minor). The mood is stormy and passionate.

I can post also the sheet music after some graphical polish.

MP3 Passionate piano

I hope you will like it.
P.
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#1750713 - 09/11/11 01:24 PM Re: Passionate piano in g-minor - virtuosic [Re: Pukino777]
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That certainly was passionate, lots of minor and diminished goodness. If you'd like a suggestion it would be to put a lengthen the quiet sections. Also rather than have them as version of your original theme make them a separate and new melodic section. That way when your original theme returns in all its anguish it will seem more effective because of the contrast. I would strive for the strongest, prettiest quiet theme you can imagine so when it gets displaced we really miss it and feel your anguish.

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#1751036 - 09/12/11 12:35 AM Re: Passionate piano in g-minor - virtuosic [Re: Pukino777]
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Enjoyed listening to your composition Pukino.
Is it you playing, and is it an acoustic grand piano?

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#1764509 - 10/04/11 11:06 AM Re: Passionate piano in g-minor - virtuosic [Re: Pukino777]
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