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    "Piano Sonata Number Two - Mov. One"

    Fellow Music People,

    This is the first movement of my "Piano Sonata Number Two", featuring the GPO Steinway.

    This is not written in the "classic" sonata form.

    Regards,

    Larry
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Piano Sonata Number Two - Mov. One"

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
    Fellow Music People,

    This is the first movement of my "Piano Sonata Number Two", featuring the GPO Steinway.

    This is not written in the "classic" sonata form.

    Regards,

    Larry
    A 'driving' piece Larry full of energy.

    I just wondered, are you a fan of Bach or the Baroque style. For me, much of your music has Baroque connotations to it yet remaining original.

    Thank you for posting, wish I had your courage to post
    Michael
    Patience is a virtue, sensitivity is a gift

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    Re: "Piano Sonata Number Two - Mov. One"

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael_uk
    A 'driving' piece Larry full of energy.

    I just wondered, are you a fan of Bach or the Baroque style. For me, much of your music has Baroque connotations to it yet remaining original.

    Thank you for posting, wish I had your courage to post
    No, I am not a particular fan of Bach of Baroque. As I have explained in the past, it's just the way I write. I am a dinosaur.

    It doesn't require courage to post. Just do it! I am going to cut back considerably on the amount that I post because responses to my works are few and far between. It's obvious that I'm not posting what people want to hear. It is just not worth the effort any longer.

    Thanks for listening.

    Larry
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Smile Re: "Piano Sonata Number Two - Mov. One"

    Hi Larry,

    nice piece however it makes you kind of exhausted because there's no or little breathing space (rests), it just keeps going and going and going.
    Sincerely,
    Falcon1


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    Re: "Piano Sonata Number Two - Mov. One"

    Quote Originally Posted by falcon1
    Hi Larry,

    nice piece however it makes you kind of exhausted because there's no or little breathing space (rests), it just keeps going and going and going.
    I know...I know...I know. Intended...intended...intended. Creative flow...creative flow...creative flow. Can't stop...can't stop...can't stop.

    Larry
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Talking Re: "Piano Sonata Number Two - Mov. One"

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
    I know...I know...I know. Intended...intended...intended. Creative flow...creative flow...creative flow. Can't stop...can't stop...can't stop.

    Larry
    Hmm... faulty brakes?
    Sincerely,
    Falcon1


    icelandphotoblog.com
    my cafepress store
    my fine art print store
    my music store

    Please support your fellow musician from Iceland where the currency has fallen 70% against USD and 90% against EURO! Every dollar or euro counts!


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    Re: "Piano Sonata Number Two - Mov. One"

    Quite a respectable movement, Larry (and who
    pays attention to form, anyway).

    The one comment I'd make is I think this asks
    much more of the "player" in interpretation...
    pacing, dynamics, and contrast, particularly.

    It's definitely in the music, if not in the rendering;
    and in the hands of a live performer, I think the
    real shine and flow of this would be abundantly
    more evident.

    My best,


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .

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    Re: "Piano Sonata Number Two - Mov. One"

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
    I am going to cut back considerably on the amount that I post because responses to my works are few and far between. It's obvious that I'm not posting what people want to hear. It is just not worth the effort any longer.
    If I may, Larry,

    Don't stop posting. you have fans here who follow your every post (more or less). You post in order to get responses? I hope not. You post because you are fully creative, more than anyone else in this forum I think (certainly more than me!) Why stop posting? Because people may not post back? Becasue people may not like? So what? You write because there is a driving force behind your writing not to please your audience, right? (If so ignore my post).

    Please don't stop posting.

    I promise to listen your 1st movement, after I have a little bed time qualtiy with my wife (it's 22:56 right now , UK time, she deserves that I think ).

    Be back tomorrow or something...



    Nikolas

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    Re: "Piano Sonata Number Two - Mov. One"

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    Quite a respectable movement, Larry (and who
    pays attention to form, anyway).

    The one comment I'd make is I think this asks
    much more of the "player" in interpretation...
    pacing, dynamics, and contrast, particularly.

    It's definitely in the music, if not in the rendering;
    and in the hands of a live performer, I think the
    real shine and flow of this would be abundantly
    more evident.

    My best,


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .
    Thank you, Mr. Dave.

    I think I must have been on my ninth cup of coffee when I wrote the above. It definitely needs some "breathing room" inserted.

    My best to you and Miz Sos,

    Larry
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "Piano Sonata Number Two - Mov. One"

    Quote Originally Posted by nikolas
    If I may, Larry,

    Don't stop posting. you have fans here who follow your every post (more or less). You post in order to get responses? I hope not. You post because you are fully creative, more than anyone else in this forum I think (certainly more than me!) Why stop posting? Because people may not post back? Becasue people may not like? So what? You write because there is a driving force behind your writing not to please your audience, right? (If so ignore my post).

    Please don't stop posting.

    I promise to listen your 1st movement, after I have a little bed time qualtiy with my wife (it's 22:56 right now , UK time, she deserves that I think ).

    Be back tomorrow or something...



    Nikolas
    No, I'm not going to stop posting, Old Chap. There will just be much less of my works in the future.

    Best regards,

    Larry
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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