The pattern for this song is 2-2-3. It's still in progress.
It's nice of you to ask for comments! :)
I offer two comments regarding your composition which I take it to represent a piano part:
1) The use of the range of piano is too limited. As it is, it only uses the middle-toward-low range of the piano. To me (and I am a professional pianist), many wonderful compositions for piano will engage all three ranges on the piano (high, middle, and low) in order to draw out greater variety in the beauty of the piano sound. You may want to give this consideration some thoughts.
2) There is a lot of emphasis around the A minor chord in your composition, with some venturing our harmonically in the middle. If this is done with a particular purpose in design, then it works well. Otherwise, you might be running the risks of not having enough variety and contrast in your composition.
I hope you don't mind me making these comments, I only mean to provide some constructive feedbacks.
Thank you for the comment! Those are two very good points that I will take into consideration as I move forward with this piece.
I find it kind of strange that nobody has mentioned that this song doesn't have any concert band instruments.
It can't be a waltz in technical terms because it is in common time. A waltz is in 3\4. But good nonetheless.
It's more of a Waltz than Jazz.
I never thought of that! That kind of makes sense. I knew it definitely wasn't straight-up jazz, but I didn't know what else to call it. It's not a straight-up waltz, either.
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