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Bagatelle in Eb - Finished

This is a bagatelle that I composed as an homage to my favorite composer, Ludwig van Beethoven. I did multiple things to make it sound like it is an homage to Beethoven. Those include motivic development to the max, lots of octaves, and sudden dynamic changes, as well as using the diminished seventh to impart tonal ambiguity.

Here is the link if you want to listen to it and give me feedback on it:

https://musescore.com/user/50070/scores/5880975

Bagatelle in Eb - Finished

in Piano

This is a bagatelle that I composed as an homage to my favorite composer, Ludwig van Beethoven. I did multiple things to make it sound like it is an homage to Beethoven. Those include motivic development to the max, lots of octaves, and sudden dynamic changes, as well as using the diminished seventh to impart tonal ambiguity.

Here is the link if you want to listen to it and give me feedback on it:

https://musescore.com/user/50070/scores/5880975

Beethoven vs Mozart

in Piano

Everybody is saying Mozart better than Beethoven or Beethoven owns Mozart
Yes, I prefer Beethoven but i also like Mozart
Beethoven writed more music because Mozart died at age 35
BUT if somebody says MOZART was better than Bach im gonna find it
Bach is the music
The music means everyone learned from Bach
Mozart and Beethoven also loved so dont come to me with this stupid sentence OK?
Beethoven opened the gates of the romanticisms with his music so thats enough for me to say Beethoven was better.
So? Who do you prefer?

Do you like Starbucks coffee?

in Piano

I don't. But I need somebody.
"Help! I need somebody (get it)!'
So, you know how there's an accent in piano, right? The thing that looks like this: >
Is there a thing that can make a SINGLE NOTE quiet, instead of louder? Any feedback is appreciated (even if you want to talk about Starbucks, GASP!).