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  • Hi Matt, I thought the beginning was so so okey-dokey but then at 40 sec. you opened it up

    and ..wowed me. all in all   I liked it. Logically tho' I would finish an octave lower. To my ear,

    more fitting to the overall piece.      RS    (an opinionated amateur)

  • Opus numbers are normally for the order of the publications or large scaled works.
  • The 'large scaled works' thing doesn't apply, but I've generally used the term Opus for all of my solo piano compositions since starting out so it's relevant to that extent!

    Rodney Carlyle Money said:

    Opus numbers are normally for the order of the publications or large scaled works.
    Latest piece: Opus #26
    Relatively simple latest piano composition from me - any constructive feedback would be welcome!
  • And an opera is a lot of work!
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