Randy Kim replied to Randy Kim's discussion Myst for the Left Hand
"Thank you Saul; I'm glad you like it. Saul Gefen said:
Reminds me of Debussy's Images.

Fine piece."
Mar 3, 2020
Saul Gefen replied to Randy Kim's discussion Myst for the Left Hand
"Reminds me of Debussy's Images.

Fine piece."
Mar 1, 2020
Randy Kim replied to Randy Kim's discussion Myst for the Left Hand
"Thank you Gav; I'm glad you enjoyed listening to this. I actually had a bit of a problem deciding on how to showcase the melody, because not all of the melody notes are at the top, making it confusing on which notes to emphasize. I wonder whether it…"
Feb 29, 2020
Randy Kim replied to Randy Kim's discussion Myst for the Left Hand
"Thank you; I'm glad you liked this piece. The audio is a MIDI because I have not had enough time to be proficient at this piece. However, I have made 100% sure that this piece is playable up to tempo. I gave a note about the grace notes because in…"
Feb 29, 2020
Dane Aubrun replied to Randy Kim's discussion Myst for the Left Hand
"A very nice piece. Not easy to play....almost as bad as Ravel's Concerto in D! He also uses the triplets against duplets idea to give the two hands impression by making you dash about the keyboard.
So my question is: were you actually playing this -…"
Feb 29, 2020
Gavin Brown replied to Randy Kim's discussion Myst for the Left Hand
"Hi Randy,
This is a perfect piece. It is lovely and affecting, with a lush and modern harmony that speaks to our times. No suggestions for improving the piece, it is what it needs to be already. I do have a small quibble with the score itself: the…"
Feb 29, 2020
Randy Kim replied to Randy Kim's discussion Arctic Petals (Original Piano Composition)
"Thank you; I'm glad to see that you enjoy this composition! Maybe one day I'll post more compositions on this site for feedback. On my profile should contain a link to my Musescore account, which contains all of my compositions starting from over…"
Sep 9, 2019
Randy Kim replied to Randy Kim's discussion Arctic Petals (Original Piano Composition)
"Thank you; I'm glad you enjoy this piece :) Gav Brown said:
Hi Randy,
Lovely and affecting, very well done. You took a traditional chord pattern and put a fresh take on it -
Thanks for sharing,
Gav"
Sep 9, 2019
Islam Y.Omari replied to Randy Kim's discussion Arctic Petals (Original Piano Composition)
"It is very beautiful, I love it. Well done. I can not wait to hear more of this. Spectacular in every sense. You took that vi-IV-I-V progression to a completely next level. Bravo Bravo Bravo Randy. Your build ups are very catchy, the use of dynamics…"
Sep 8, 2019
Gavin Brown replied to Randy Kim's discussion Arctic Petals (Original Piano Composition)
"Hi Randy,
Lovely and affecting, very well done. You took a traditional chord pattern and put a fresh take on it -
Thanks for sharing,
Gav"
Sep 8, 2019
Socrates Arvanitakis replied to Randy Kim's discussion A Celestial Fantasy: Impressions of the Night Sky for String Orchestra
"Hi Randy,

Here are a few remarks/observations by having a quick look at the score and a quick audition:

If parts in Violins 1 & 2 are to play divisi I would assign different voices to them with up stems for part 1 and down stems for part 2 so that…"
Apr 8, 2018
Randy Kim replied to Randy Kim's discussion A Celestial Fantasy: Impressions of the Night Sky for String Orchestra
"This piece was intended for two string orchestras but I just compressed it into a single string orchestra score (so there is no real unison). I was also expecting string players to pluck the strings while still holding the bow to bypass the lack of…"
Apr 8, 2018
Randy Kim replied to Fabian Frost's discussion Franz Liszt
"Liszt was a very interesting composer; there's a reason why he's also one of my favorite composers (maybe 4th-5th). He does have plenty of "show off" pieces (like Hungarian Rhapsodies No.2 and No.6, as well as his etudes)  that show his virtuosity.…"
Mar 12, 2018
Randy Kim replied to Randy Kim's discussion A Korean Celebration (Piano Sonata No. 1)
"Thanks for the response, and I'm glad you liked it. That section in the 2nd and 3rd movements is also my favorite part overall. I see what you mean by adding that final note at 8:17, but I added that ending because I felt as though a single note…"
Mar 12, 2018

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