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This is one of my Piano Works Titled:

Caprice In A minor - Allegro Appassionato

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Regards,

Saul

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Hi Saul,

This one struck me as being Chopin-istic with a hint of Slavic touches. It is well composed, although I thought the repeated chords in the left hand became a bit repetitive, but that may be just a matter of personal taste. Thanks for sharing!

Gav

Excellent composition Saul. I think it would sound a bit better if you played it.

Thank you Gavin,

You have that right, it has that Slavic, Polish Russian and even Georgian touch. Perhaps one can say that it has elements of a Tarantella Dance, thus the repeated chords, gives it a dance feel. On the real piano the sound is totally different, and I don't believe it would bother you that much.

Best Regards,

Saul



Gav Brown said:

Hi Saul,

This one struck me as being Chopin-istic with a hint of Slavic touches. It is well composed, although I thought the repeated chords in the left hand became a bit repetitive, but that may be just a matter of personal taste. Thanks for sharing!

Gav

Thank you Timothy,

The piece is exceedingly difficult especially those chords towards the end. I'll rather have a concert pianist perform this. While I can perform it at a certain level, the piece will sounds much better with someone that currently performs technically challenging works.

Glad you liked the piece,

Best Regards,

Saul



Timothy Smith said:

Excellent composition Saul. I think it would sound a bit better if you played it.

Hi Saul, this has wonderful energy and passion. I heard some intriguing passages and creative work. I think 'capricious ' is fitting. I would suggest harnessing your talents a bit and create something more 'conceptual' as opposed to a 'linear' expression. Think 'oneness'. lol   RS

Thank you Roger, I hear what you're saying, this is rather an early work when I was concentrating on classical music, but I did write some more lyrical stuff as time progressed.

Thanks again for your comments.

roger stancill said:

Hi Saul, this has wonderful energy and passion. I heard some intriguing passages and creative work. I think 'capricious ' is fitting. I would suggest harnessing your talents a bit and create something more 'conceptual' as opposed to a 'linear' expression. Think 'oneness'. lol   RS

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