I posted this two weeks ago and had little luck with getting any feedback.
I'm posting it again just in case some did indeed not see the post passing by and had therefore no chance of replying if they wanted to.
I usually only post (and critique) chamber and symphonic music here, but this time I opted for an exception.
I recently published my 8th piano album, entirely composed and performed by myself. My technique is far from excellent, so I hope you'll excuse it.
I began composing it around Christmas time and by late May I finished recording it. It has marked an important stylistic passage as I'm now moving into modal harmony, at times modal in a medieval sense (in more recent works) at times in a jazzy one. I've put into this work almost all of my inspiration sources - there's playful counterpoint, minimalistic patterns, varying harmonic and arrangement styles (from blues to romantic to folk), rythmic games, comedic quotations and often erratic/unusual structural thinking.
I understand the size of it may be threatening to approach [25 pieces running for 80+ minutes], but for this reason I split the album into three sections or "sub-albums" which you can find described in the video's description, with their exact time stamps for reference.
Any form of comment, critique, no matter how broad or precise, specific to a piece, a passage or generally covering the entire work's flow is more than welcome, as I felt I poured as much creativity as I had into the making of this album, from start to end.
Thank you very much in advance"