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Piano Sonata in G Minor

Started this discussion. Last reply by Liz Atems Sep 11. 9 Replies

Hello!Here is a new piano sonata allegro movement that I've written during the pandemic.I'd welcome any feedback you might have.DanUPDATE;Thanks for all the lovely comments about the opening…Continue

Fish in C

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dane Aubrun Apr 20. 2 Replies

A two minute score for chamber, written to accompany underwater and coastal footage.Hope you like it! These are  fun to put together. Would welcome any and all feedback!Continue

Piano Chamberto in Eb Major

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jan-Frederik Carl Apr 20. 15 Replies

Here is my new piece, a Piano Chamberto (Chamber concerto), for Piano, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon. This has been a long project, my most ambitious piece to-date in terms of complexity - I'm…Continue

 

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Liz Atems replied to Sassyfrood's discussion Piano Sonata in G Minor
"The second movement has much in it to admire - there is a lot of very intricate interplay between the two hands and the music never does quite what the listener expects. Very fresh-sounding. My only real criticism is that the performance (or…"
Sep 11
Joost Visser replied to Sassyfrood's discussion Piano Sonata in G Minor
"Hi Dan, I’ve been here just a few short weeks and I’m amazed by the high quality of all contributions here. What a pleasure to listen to your work Dan, very well done! Waves of inspiration come and go I different sizes, shapes and forms.…"
Sep 11
Saul Gefen replied to Sassyfrood's discussion Piano Sonata in G Minor
"Very delightful Sonata. Enjoyable to listen to. Even though I thought that things could have been done a little different in terms of variety and contrasting themes within the sonata to make it more effective, still it stands on its own merit the…"
Sep 10
Sassyfrood replied to Sassyfrood's discussion Piano Sonata in G Minor
"Just to say, I've added a slow, second movement in the original post. "
Sep 10
roger stancill replied to Sassyfrood's discussion Piano Sonata in G Minor
"This piece has a brisk pace and is full of interesting passages and phrasing. I like it. It has diversity and dimension. As an opus created by young hands, it shows potential. When composing,(and I am not an expert) always consider the ear of your…"
Aug 20
Sassyfrood replied to Sassyfrood's discussion Piano Sonata in G Minor
"Thanks all for your very kind comments and insightful feedback. I will work on a second movement..."
Aug 20
Gerd Prengel replied to Sassyfrood's discussion Piano Sonata in G Minor
"Dear Dan, wow, this is really delightfuly to listen too! Only at the left hand the simple accompaniement with these equal octave jumps like at m. 42f. or 115-118 could be a bit  more creative. I am curious about the followng movements :-) Gerd"
Aug 20
Liz Atems replied to Sassyfrood's discussion Piano Sonata in G Minor
"This is really excellent! The first main theme sounds cribbed from Saint-Saens (I think), but it's what you do with a theme that counts, and everything about the working out here sounds fresh and new to me. This is a superb example of classical…"
Aug 18
Timothy Smith replied to Sassyfrood's discussion Piano Sonata in G Minor
"I loved this. Must have taken you a lot of time to put it together since it's quite long. The music takes me back to another time long ago. Evokes class, style and deeper thinking of an era gone by. Moving between the clefs with the same or…"
Aug 18
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Piano Sonata in G Minor

Hello!Here is a new piano sonata allegro movement that I've written during the pandemic.I'd welcome any feedback you might have.DanUPDATE;Thanks for all the lovely comments about the opening movement. I've now completed the second movement! Hope you enjoy it..DanSee More
Aug 17
Dane Aubrun replied to Sassyfrood's discussion Fish in C
"Pleasant piece. No criticism. Very good use made of the thematic material - one might almost safe efficient - which makes you an ef-Fish-in-C expert! (Sorry...ok, there's a plaice for everything...not here!)  It's moving between the…"
Apr 20
Jan-Frederik Carl replied to Sassyfrood's discussion Piano Chamberto in Eb Major
"Hi, I can learn something from this about how to write a piano concert. Thanks for sharing! Jan"
Apr 20
Saul Gefen replied to Sassyfrood's discussion Fish in C
"It cute that you called it fish in c I think you meant to allude to sea. Very Nice music, Regards"
Apr 19
Sassyfrood posted a discussion

Fish in C

A two minute score for chamber, written to accompany underwater and coastal footage.Hope you like it! These are  fun to put together. Would welcome any and all feedback!See More
Apr 19
Sassyfrood replied to Sassyfrood's discussion Piano Chamberto in Eb Major
"Sorry, I meant i prefer the trills without the slurs!"
Apr 19
Ingo Lee replied to Sassyfrood's discussion Piano Chamberto in Eb Major
"Beautifully done and rendered Sassyfrood, if you told me it was Mozart I would never question it, of course I'm certainly not a Mozart expert by any means but very well done by any standard. Thanks for posting!"
Apr 17

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Orchestra, Small Ensemble, Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Classical
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
UK
About Me (Must include at least one paragraph of biographical information about you as a composer) - blank or minimal answers on this line will cause your request to be rejected. Include a link to your website if you have one.
Hey! I am an aspiring classical composer from the UK. I typically write in a Classical period style, small chamber and piano pieces, though recently I've started exploring scores.

Here is my YouTube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/danjtitchener
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At 10:19pm on April 12, 2020, Gav Brown said…

I just put up a test post, worked ok. Suggest you try clearing out cache on your browser, or try a different browser

At 9:42pm on April 12, 2020, Gav Brown said…

Not aware of problems. What are you trying to do and what is happening when you try?

At 7:50pm on April 12, 2020, Gav Brown said…

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