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  • Simple and lyrical, very pretty. About 45 seconds in began a passage that sounded like a very close cousin of Pachelbel's canon... surely you can come up with something more original than that?

  • Thank you Liz for your reaction

    Indeed I inserted some notes from Pachelbel's canon (between 0'52'' and 1'10''). But only as an echo, behind the main melody. The temptation was too strong :)   

    Liz Atems said:

    Simple and lyrical, very pretty. About 45 seconds in began a passage that sounded like a very close cousin of Pachelbel's canon... surely you can come up with something more original than that?

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  • It started out really nice, but at 0:55 you go into a chord progression that has been done too many times.....

  • Thank you for your opinion Victor.

    I agree, the beginning and the end are more original than the middle. What did you think of the melody?

  • Reminds me of canon in D by Pachelbel after the 0.55. Maybe you could remove that and continue the development based on the opening theme.

  • Is score available?

  • It sounded to me like a variation on the film score of La la Land, Sebastian's Theme (at 00:32 this seems to be quoted directly). I guess this was deliberate...?

  • I enjoyed this a lot. I listened the other day but only now had the time to comment on it. It does sound a little bit like that "other tune". Nice work!

  • It is a neat piece based on chords but very beautifully sequenced chords. The part in the middle reminds me of a certain Pachelbel.

    All the best

    Kjell

  • Ali Riza Saral : 

    It would be a pleasure to put the score online, but I can't write... I plan to go see a pianist to help me do that.

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