Here is a piece by PS member Andreas! Last year he played a piece of mine and I told him I'd return the favor. It has been a joy learning and playing his piece, that I believe he wrote in 1984. I really like it, it's classical, but it also has a romantic feel and a touch of modernism in it's chromatics. Last year was when I first received the full score (handwritten) and a performance. It got pushed back due to schoolwork but I have had more time now. I have since transcribed it to PDF, asked him questions and made changes and added some things that reinforce the harmony (hopefully Andreas doesn't mind.. ). The first draft was annoying hard to read because my program messed up the MIDI transcription (i used two different programs to transcribe it, bad idea. :roll: ) Created an orchestral version out of interest to learn orchestration, and finally reworked the piano version. I played this Sonata on a Bergmann Upright today. I think some of how I play it is influenced by the Mp3 of his performance, but I think I also add a more contemplative layer to it in this performance. Unfortunately my quality mic and preamp is back home in USA so I use my phone. I also had trouble uploading the files to the computer. And I imagine my phone, (Windows Phone) is probably not as good a recorder as an iPhone I was afraid I would have to rerecord it because one take was 15 minutes and I found out later there is a file size restriction on uploading big files to SkyDrive. Luckily, Dropbox worked fine and I was able to put this together. Not flawless, but I hope it gives a good picture of the piece to those who haven't heard it and that the composer likes it!