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Secrets of the Artist's Studio at Night - new instrumental composition - feedback much appreciated

This piece was inspired by a photograph of sculptures in Picasso's Boisgeloup studio. I imagined the sculptures coming to life at night. The piece is for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon and Harp. 
https://musescore.com/user/10558386/scores/5646066
If you enjoy listening to my music please leave me a comment to let me know! 
I am so grateful to everyone who has left encouraging and helpful comments on my pieces - it makes such a difference to me and inspires me to write more music to share. :)

My Summer Challange: 10 compositions

As stated in the title, the best way to improve your composing skills is to compose (cliché but very true). Therefore, I will embark on a journey of trying to compose a minimum of 10 compositions over summer break. I want you guys to spread the word and join me! Perhaps, this can not only be a chance to learn, but, also meet new people. 

The rules are as follows: 
You can comment down below featuring your new piece and give a short description of it if you like (e.g. inspiration, the style and question about something you may be unsure about). 
You can post up to 5 scores per comment, but, let's be nice to everyone, by not spamming the comments in order to get views. 

A suggested format would be: 
The number of the piece
piece title - url
short description

Example: 
Gould:
composition #1
''So you want to write a fugue?'' - musescore.com/gould/so-you-want-to-write-a-fugue
A satirical piece...

It is okay if a piece turns out bad or short, the point is that you just do it and have fun along the way. 

Moving Classics TV have decided to record my piece and interview me!

 Moving Classics TV have decided to record my piece and interview me! 

Anna, who hosts a channel and website called:  MOVING CLASSICS TV  
http://movingclassics.tv/
reached out to me a few months ago, beacuse she really loved my piece, Opus 34, titled ''Longing''.

In their (Moving Classics) own words they ''follow new trends of driving interest in piano music: new and younger audience discovering their music through social media... '' 

I am really grateful that contemporary and young composers who often are not heard at all anymore, can get this type of recognition. 

I have no segway into this, but, here is the sheet music, including video, audio and interview (to be found in the description) here:  
https://musescore.com/colorsofsound1/scores/5459692