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    Prelude for piano

    A short prelude with GAS in classic mode, default settings except for mechanical noise = 12 and some light reverb.
    As the piece progressed it began to have more and more Ravel influence, but I didn't fight it!
    Although it's short, I had fun writing/playing it.

    http://www.box.net/shared/emthux8onq

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    Re: Prelude for piano

    Great!!!

    Just the right mood for this late saturday night. I love those short pieces. I'd wished I could play like you do. My hands, you know, artrosis......
    A hell for a skilled amateur pianist, like me.

    Raymond

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    Eugene:

    Nice little motive.......

    Great-sounding piano rendition.

    A short little piece to inject some happiness in one's
    life through music. I'm sure a lot of listener's will
    be happy with this...........

    Jack
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    Very romantic, with impresionistic twists and very well played man. I enjoyed a lot hear it. Intimate, subtle and with an old fashion spirit. It seems like an echo, a reminiscense of a vals. You could develop more your idea because is very rich. I liked the harmonics changes too. Congratulations!

    Victor

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    Yes! Very much enjoyed this one, Eugene...

    I've probably noted a number of times that
    I particularly enjoy short preludes like this;
    a wonderful example.

    My best,



    David
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    Eugene,

    A very enjoyable little prelude indeed!

    You should compose more often pieces like this!


    Yudit

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    Re: Prelude for piano

    Thanks Raymond, Jack, Yudit, David and Victor for such a positive feedback on the minature prelude. I had thought of writing some more in different composers' styles - if the inspiration comes!
    Eugene

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eugene View Post
    Stunningly beautiful small piece of music. This gave me a little but certain comfort during terribly hectic daily life.

    Thank you so much.

    Sincerely,
    Jun Yamamoto
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    That's a very effective work. I liked the interplay between hands, and the gentle variation of harmonies. Nice touch in the performance, too!

    Yes, I agree with others - it would be great if this were the first of a suite of small preludes. That would make for a fine concert.

    I'm keeping this one!
    Owen

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    Re: Prelude for piano

    Thanks Owen and Jun for your appreciative comments on the prelude. I hope to write a few more short ones to go with this , but as I usually don't work quickly I'm not sure when something will emerge!
    Eugene

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