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Elégie - Chauvineau

Discussion in 'Submission Room' started by Chauvineau, Jan 10, 2017.

  1. Chauvineau

    Chauvineau Member Piano Society Artist

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    Hello,
    I am pleased to posted a second piece of mine, I named "Elegie". I hope you will enjoy it!
    Recorded on a Yamaha C6 piano, at Studio26, Antibes, France.
    Best, Bertrand
     

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  2. Francois de Larrard

    Francois de Larrard Administrator Staff Member Piano Society Artist

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    Hello Bertrand,
    Beautiful 'brahmsian' piece, very poetical and meditative. Special congratulations for the pianism (I mean how you write for the piano, and how you execute it) ! Perhaps the harmony could be more constructed, but I have little competence in composition (other than my personnal experience as a selfmade amateur composer). As for you, did you already take courses of composition as harmony, contrapunctus, fugue and so on ?
    To come back to this piece, I think it deserves with no doubt to be uploaded. I'm going to check you have now a composer page...
     
  3. andrew

    andrew Member Piano Society Artist

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    Quite an enigmatic piece! I found it quite "progressive" in some of the harmonic construction, compared to eg Brahms. Good contemplative midnight listening!
     

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