• Most people will associate this composition with one of Chopin's works. I don't know if you'll like that, but there is a danger in it. Chopin was a master of harmony. If you study harmony at a conservatory, analyzing some of his works is almost obligatory. His level is so incredibly high that when you hear music that resembles it but with ordinary harmony, the result rarely sounds satisfying. The only thing you can do, provided you have the means and time (talent is not a problem), is to delve thoroughly into harmony and analyze Chopin's works.

    • Thanks Rowy,

      I never intended the music to sound like Chopin, certainly not with this particular work. 





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