This is my first composition.It talks about a flame suddenly extinguished by a gust of wind.Enojy!
This is my first waltz.
Can i get some feedbacks?
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Please check my new compositon!
It's a rondo for piano solo (duh)
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Hi all, there used to be a flute piece titled "end credits", but it was taken down when the user's account got suspended. Does anyone else know what piece I'm referencing, and can anyone remake it? (I'm not too good in the composing area).
Heyo, I'm a high school composer trying to get some scores ready for college--this is my first piano trio (and one of my most ambitious ensemble pieces to date), and I'd super duper appreciate any feedback y'all could give! Thanks so much!!
This is one of my first scores, so any and all feedback would be great (although preferably constructive criticism). Thank you!
Hi there! I have yet another piece I'm looking for feedback on (again, preferably constructive criticism, but hey). Please comment on the piece itself preferably, but idc if you post here either.