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Waltz in the Rain



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here's a little piano song I wrote today, don't think I've ever composed anything in 6/8 before.

Let me know what you guys think!

ps- I hate midi. I hate midi. I hate midi.
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Uploaded: Jun 23, 2010 - 08:17:20 PM
Last Updated: Jun 23, 2010 - 08:17:20 PM Last Played: Aug 01, 2019 - 01:43:43 AM
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johnwhitehead said 3345 days ago (June 23rd, 2010)
Lovely piece. A pretty lilting theme with amiable left turns and surprises. You have real talent as a composer.
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michaeljayklein said 3345 days ago (June 23rd, 2010)
I agree with John...
...this reminds me somewhat of some of the "serious" works of songwriter Richard Rodgers, who worked in 6/8 and 3/4 very often. I pictured a fancy dress ball listening to this, perhaps the belle being pursued by several arduous admirers. You do EXCEPTIONAL work James...bravo and thanks for presenting this.
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ktb said 3343 days ago (June 25th, 2010)
outstanding. Great touch and terrific progression & melody. Sorry the Midi is evil.
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Heroic_failure said 3339 days ago (June 29th, 2010)
as a fellow midi hater...
... i think it would be great to hear this on a real piano sometime. touches like dropping hints of conventional jazz into what it otherwise very reminiscient of an idyllic, parisian atmosphere would come off a lot more flowing and naturally with that kind of organic smoothness.
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paul f. page said 3281 days ago (August 26th, 2010)
You have to
work in 6/8 more often. This is very very pleasant on so many levels You are obviously a very skilled pianist and you play with security and confidence. I was surprised by the syncopated jazz elements as you got going, but think you've cleverly woven them into the more classical beginning of the composition. The variety, while, surprising, was a pleasant relief from the predictable. More, please.
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