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    amit82cse is offline Silent observeR
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    Piano Composition - A Moment To Remember

    Inspired by a beautiful movie "A Moment To Remember" I composed a following piano piece.

    Hope you will like it...

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    Awesome, Very it :D

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    The composition was nice overall.

    There wasn't much movement in the piece. It just revolved around one hook. Build up tension, release it, transition. It helps make the composition more dynamic.

    All notes were played with the same intensity, almost. Use touch sensitivity to add emotion to the piece, emphasise certain notes and phrases, soften others. This also builds and releases tension effectively.

    There were some timing issues. One aspect of which could have been intentional - there were places where there was one note more than I expected to hear, i.e., the measure was exceeded. The other aspect was the general timing, a couple of slow-downs here and there.
    Everything's Eventual (tm)

    Scarborough Fair/Canticle (Cover)

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    A very soothing piece



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