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Mepitha F_minor


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legato

 Genre: Baroque
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A very short piece. My first attempt in the classical genre. This piece was inspired by just tooling around on the piano one night. Although I believe the choir is a bit weak, and can stand some improvement-not bad for stock midi voice.
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Uploaded: Jan 30, 2009 - 02:46:14 AM
Last Updated: Jan 30, 2009 - 03:12:29 AM Last Played: Jun 03, 2019 - 09:07:47 PM
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Feter said 3798 days ago (January 30th, 2009)
Mepitha F_minor
I dunno why you picked piano with choir ...I m sorry but I would
take pipe church organ for such choir work ...very nice structure
really even for a short piece ..(this is not short for me) cos
I do compose according to early baroque and renaissance and they are
only one and a half minute long so yours quite fit the mood and enjoyment
very nice I wish we can hear more of this awesome way of writing on such
style of music ...thank you so very much !!!!
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legato said 3797 days ago (January 30th, 2009)
thank you
thank you
Feter, thank you so much for your critique. The pipe organ would indeed be a good choice for the second voice. Again the Baroque genre is still very new to me. While listening to some of the classical structures of Johann Sebastian Bach, I still have yet to learn the arrangement of instruments. Thank you for your comments. They are always appreciated.

Patrick
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kristyjo said 3797 days ago (January 30th, 2009)
Lovely,
This is so nicely framed. The canonic form is really nice, and the choir adds a well-balanced legato line. I agree with Feter - organ would add a more Baroque sounding instrument to this. Also, strings - violin & cello or viola de gamba would be a nice sound, too. Or, organ with cello instead of the voices. This has the Baroque quality of seeming like it would sound wonderful with many different possible voicings. Yes, it could be longer, but it is fine as it is.
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Reinholt56 said 3797 days ago (January 31st, 2009)
Hi Patrick.....
This is nicely put together and everything seems to work well.

I was just relaxing into the piece and it ended. This caught me off guard.

I look forward to your next piece of music, whatever the genre.

Take care.

Paul
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fabien0784 said 3796 days ago (January 31st, 2009)
Beautiful and mysterious
The overall rhythm is wonderful. Maybe the synthetic voices are not so great (did you try another synth ?)... but anyway, very beautiful tune. Thanks for sharing.
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richard13 said 3737 days ago (March 31st, 2009)
Very enjoyable and a noble attempt
the piano is an unexpected choice but the effect is delightful.
Cheers
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