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I noticed that there are many spammers on this group recently, therefore
1. this group is now moderated
2. all spam discussion and spammers will be deleted
3. all members with nothing on profile (eg. pic, score, bio) may get deleted
4. anyone interested to be admin comment below to let me know

EDIT: the spam seems to have stopped now but to prevent similar problems happen again the group will stay moderated.

Proud Songsters

This is a composition for piano and strings in the English pastoral style on the theme of birdsong. I expect most composers would use a wind instrument for birdsong, and Vaughan-Williams used the violin in The Lark Ascending, but I have tried the piano instead. I don't think the musescore audio source is working properly but I have added an audio source that uses the Salamander Yamaha C5.

https://musescore.com/user/29915057/scores/5935591

By the way this is not related to the wonderful song for Baritone 'Proud Songsters' by Gerald Finzi, which is a setting of the poem of that name by Thomas Hardy. I just took my title from the poem.  

Be sure to check out my other songs.

So, I probably should have posted this when I originally added them to the group, but if you liked the previous song I shared, be sure to check out the other songs I've written and uploaded for quite a while. Links are below.

Pulchritude:
https://musescore.com/user/19569661/scores/5017394

Life of a Night Owl:
https://musescore.com/user/19569661/scores/3832806

The Good Things:
https://musescore.com/user/19569661/scores/3832801

Getting Up Early:
https://musescore.com/user/19569661/scores/5017395

Be There:
https://musescore.com/user/19569661/scores/5810895

The Wrong Reasons:
https://musescore.com/user/19569661/scores/5859057

New song. Feedback appreciated.

I'm back with a new song. Link is below.

In Her Arms:

https://musescore.com/user/19569661/scores/5936923

This song is by far the most difficult song I have ever written. It took me a long time to determine the exact rhythm of the chorus, and a longer time trying to match the verses and bridge with the chorus. It took longer than expected to write this song, and it was painful (considering I almost scrapped this idea), but I finally finished it. Anyway, let me know your thoughts if you give it a listen.

Should I call my piece a piano sonata or a sonatina?

So, I am writing another sonata form movement as the first movement of another piece. And the piece is in the key of C minor. The thing is though, that especially in the key of C minor, I tend to err on the side of more development. So, should I call it a sonatina as I am currently and try to make it more concise? Or should I call it a piano sonata and write it to be as long as I please?