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Fantasia in F "River Fantasia" FINISHED, Feedback appreciated

I finished writing this fantasia about 2 months ago. However, for a while, I didn't reupload it due to the restriction on # of uploads for free accounts and the fact that my composition rate is at the highest it has ever been in terms of ideas. Once that restriction was lifted, I was thinking of reuploading some of my scores. This is definitely one of those that was going to be reuploaded. In fact, I reuploaded it yesterday. Here is the link if you want to look and listen to it and maybe give me some feedback on it.

https://musescore.com/user/50070/scores/5989028

I would appreciate getting feedback on this piece, but if you don't feel like you want to give feedback, I'm not being pushy about it.  

Piano Battles!

 Hi There fellow pianists! Are you bored right now? Do you have a lot pointless time? Do you think you're a good pianist? If your answer is yes to these pianists... then join Piano Battles!!! Piano Battles is obviously a competition, it consists of 16 contestants and you must have at least one year of piano and virtually all the time in the world. Don't hesitate to be part of the 2nd piano battle in musescore ever. Here is more information: 
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[r] Legendian Comes Back to MS

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The MNGA is thrilled to announce that the worldwide legend, @Legendian, has come back to Musescore once for all! 

"I just wanna say thank you all for your support and love!" Legendian told a welcoming community this evening. "I heard about the feature for unlimited scores without PRO and it was too good to pass up... can't wait to continue my journey with you all!" [1]

He also assured the RSA that the popular group John and Jay's Challenges will be "starting back up and running fresh." 

Welcome back, Legendian!

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[1] Source: https://musescore.com/groups/randomlyscrewingaround/discuss/5058416?from=notification#comment-5176841

[i] Mr. Peabody, winner of RSA Contest 6

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The MNGA staff took a moment to interview  @Mr. Peabody (https://musescore.com/user/24544561) after the RSA announced that he was the winner of RSA contest 6. The results are as follows: 

Where did you get the inspiration for your piece?

I don't know if I had any real "inspiration" for my piece...there was no  catalyst that sparked the writing process. Instead, when I saw the  contest and decided to join, I just sort of decided to write a piece  that sounded cool. That was my only goal, you could say. 

Can you play Tempest as it sounds on Musescore? 

Can I play my piece? Well if I practiced and decided to learn it, yes I, could play it. But right now, a tempo, no preparation? No way lol

Why did you choose to write Tempest in A minor? 

Interestingly enough the piece was originally in B flat minor. However, before I uploaded it I wanted to see what playing it was like.  Needless to say, while I think it still fits the piece better in terms  of sound, it was a decent amount more annoying to actually play. Thus  the piece was transposed into A minor.

By the way, what's your favorite key to play in and your favorite key to compose in? 

My favorite key to play in? B major. It's the most comfortable, if you will, key to play in in my opinion - the long fingers usually play the black keys and the short ones usually play the white keys. It makes playing fast passages in B major way WAY easier than something like B  flat, the worst key to play in IMO.
My favorite key to compose  in...maybe D flat? I like D flat a lot. Also G sharp minor is nice but I seem to be the only one who thinks that haha.

You just passed 200 followers. Are you going to give us a 200-follower special?

Well, about the 200 follower special - I've been planning to upload  something for that for a long time but nothing is really ready now...I  AM working on something really big (a concerto) of which I'm probably  closing in on the half way point of the first movement. I'll hopefully upload that before the end of the year lol...maybe by then I'll have  250? Maybe even 300?  

To be honest, as soon as I saw your piece, I was like, this is the winner. Did you  write tempest specifically for the contest, or did you already have some of it together before hand?

I wrote tempest specifically for the contest. I'm glad you enjoyed it! 

Is there anything else you'd like to say about Tempest?  

Anything else I'd like to say about tempest...If any of you do decide  learn it please make sure to record it and send me a file! I'll upload  it along with the score and of course credit you! 

Thanks for your time, Mr. Peabody! 

Winning score: https://musescore.com/user/24544561/scores/5894025

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