We have a movement returns!

I spent the last couple of days musically editing the first movement (I know I said that I wouldn’t, but I did. So there.). It’s thirty seconds longer, and I fixed some parts that I didn’t like. It also has a much more subtle ending, which should prepare the listener for the second movement a little better. Tell me if you like it more than the first ending. MIDI|MP3

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3 thoughts on “We have a movement returns!

  1. This is a composition analysis, written by Nguyen Thu Trieu to Luke Palmer for his great and
    proud work. And an icon I have designed for him.

    (analyze in minutes)
    00:46 -> 01:16 : This section is a run on the piano that presents he is both romanticist and drasticist.
    01:35 -> 01:39 : Impressionist’s tune.
    01:40 -> 01:45 : Awesome part: The similar techniques can only be found in Beethoven’s sonatas
    03:58 -> 04:15 : This is impressionist’s tune, he had used such techniques in an attractive way.
    (The silent before the storm)
    04:15 -> 04:27 : The strong winds came.
    04:28 -> 04:46 : Drasticism -> incorparation of both Liszt and Chopin’s esoteric skills to describe
    as the storm.
    05:34 -> 05:45 : Multi-texture, (light and flowing) -> The current composers (including me, even I
    proclaimed myself a multi-skill composer) are very difficult to write something
    similar to this one. This part leaves far behind such composer like me, Yanni
    or Paul De Senneville.
    08-10 -> 08:27 : Impressionist tune again. This can be found in Debussy piece (just similar technique,
    not similar melody)
    08:28 -> 08:80 : The expansion of the begining run. (His own skill, look at A:18 Sonata dedicated to Karlin
    which has similar flows)

    Complement:
    “So, if Beethoven’s sonatas can not satisfy your ear, Luke Palmer is one solution.”
    Nguyen Thu Trieu.
    Criticism:
    Iteration had been made by the softly ending part from minutes 07:08 to 08:27 even the melody was
    expanded and changed. Anyway, iteration is still not bad. And at minute 04:17 to 04:23, I would suggest
    you to keep the original one, we should not run fast here because it results failure in emphasis on the coming
    part.

  2. I am plagiarising the concerto now, I have never made a success, though.
    Should the orchestra accompany the piano from 6:51 to 7:04 of the 1_r06_complete_edit_2 ?
    What’s up?
    Produce something more, Luke. (ie. the no. 2 or a symphony…)

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