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  • Pretty.

    1. It reads really strange in 3/4 time, when the piece is completely in 2/4.

    2. You're not asking much of the pianist. The melody goes up by an octave, but it stays essentially pretty simple to play. You could have thickened up the texture by using big chords, multi-octaves arpeggies, you know, the romantic piano toolbox.

    What was the thinking here?

  • You are right thank you I was thinking the same thing after posting this. That I could have made it so much more dramatic then what it is. Perhaps I will do that. I can change the time to 2/2 as well. Probably make more sense.

  • It's a pretty piece. You should really do more with it.

    Saul Gefen said:

    You are right thank you I was thinking the same thing after posting this. That I could have made it so much more dramatic then what it is. Perhaps I will do that. I can change the time to 2/2 as well. Probably make more sense.

    Prelude
    Performing my Prelude at the piano. Score Included. Best Wishes, Saul
  • Thanks

  • I like it. It has a nice romantic sense to it. I agree with what Victor said, you could maybe try to thicken up the texture in some parts, but it's also good the way it is.

  • Thanks!

    Francois Jenno said:

    I like it. It has a nice romantic sense to it. I agree with what Victor said, you could maybe try to thicken up the texture in some parts, but it's also good the way it is.

    Prelude
    Performing my Prelude at the piano. Score Included. Best Wishes, Saul
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