it's very pretty.
there are a few moments toward the end that have a Fauré delicateness to them.
there are some beautiful chromatic passages in the opening section that could bear some expansion. I think you're returning to your home key a little bit too rapidly.
still a very pretty piece, most definitely "espressivo".
I know what you mean... There's no doubt that I could have developed it more,there are some beautiful chromatic passages in the opening section that could bear some expansion.
I think you're returning to your home key a little bit too rapidly.
but then it wouldn't have been 'Un Momento' anymore...
Many thanks for listening and commenting and glad you found it 'espressivo'!still a very pretty piece, most definitely "espressivo".
~ Yudit ~
Very nice Yudit.
While listening, I felt that your melodic build-up near the 1 minute mark would
probably sound more convincing if the octaves included harmony notes as well.
Then, returning to the single notes for melody, as you have exceptionally done,
would further reinforce the "letdown" after the climax.
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Wonderful Yudit! The pace of it is the thing, besides the harmonies, it has a "sureness", a very focused and purposeful evocation, I admire it greatly!
Thanks for sharing!
I knew there was going to be some comment about the octave part… lol.
Analyzing this part now I can say that the middle voice that plays from start to finish
includes already the harmony notes.
But what I could have done is to double them also in octaves
and I think that would have given it a fuller and stronger feel.
I consider all comments and use the appropriate ones in my next projects.
Many thanks for listening and for your precise comments.
~ Yudit ~
Simple and beautiful.
I really liked some of the more dissonant chords (arpeggiations) towards the end.
Could imagine those leading into a 'B' section.
Nevertheless, very lovely. thanks for posting.
Oh such a comforting, peaceful piece to wake up to this morning. It is the first day that the morning has started out warmer that zero with everything frozen. It is a balmy morning and the piece fits perfectly. But, I say that just because that idea of yours was short that you can't expand that wonderful motif you have come up with. Please consider that and don't shelf this gem of an idea.
Thanks for making my morning such a perfect start!
[Music is the Rhythm, Harmony and Breath of Life]
"Music is music, and a note's a note" - Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong
Lovely to read your words!
I’m glad you noticed those dissonant notes at the end… I like them too.
Interesting how these little details come up unexpectedly while one is improvising.
The reason this piece is what it is, is because I consider it as an improvisation
in which all I had to say at that certain moment was said and felt complete.
Many thanks for listening and your most welcome comments.
~ Yudit ~