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My little piece for piano first topic

Discussion in 'Composing' started by andreavezzoli, Jul 11, 2012.

  1. andreavezzoli

    andreavezzoli New Member

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    This is a my first topic in this forum, I'm a italian composer

    http://youtu.be/ayIcVyUwKIw

    my friend Massimiliano Motterle I played my little piee for piano
     
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    No piano at hand but I really like this. Very interesting how you start both on AND off the tonic. Immediately this recalled for me the writing of Brahms, whose distant progeny this work is. I was glad to see that you included a contrasting B section. I look forward to trying it out.
     
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    thanks a lot for your comment :)
     
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    Extremely tuneful and enjoyable to hear. Great job.
     
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    Mr. Vezzoli,

    I had a listen to this piece and I agree with Eddy, this is some great writing and it's reminiscent of Brahms. later Rachmaninov, even. Like some pieces from his Op. 23. Mr. Motterle did a fine job, as I am sure a cold MIDI performance in finale can only evoke so much emotion. Any plans for more pieces? Is this the only stucke in your klavierstucke :?: :p
     
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    the klavierstucke are 4, but this is the only one that was played.

    thanks for comment
     
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    A beautiful piece indeed. Unabashedly romantic with echoes of Brahms, Medtner, Rachmaninov, and Scriabin. Pity about the clangy piano sound. The pianist does a very decent job but could have applied some more dynamics and less pedal.
     
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    I hear the Brahms. It is a charming piece. I must agree with Chris that the sound quality does it disservice. If we don't get to hear the other three, can we see the scores?

    Scott
     
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    these are the other 3 stucke for the "klavierstuke" there's still some details to be arranged.

    the sound of the piano depends on whether the instruments is not tuned for the occasion, is a old Fazioli
     

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