"Life's Sonata", my first piano sonata

I wonder what do you think about my first sonata, and i'm glad to share it with you, always open to critics (be nice too, since i'm a self-taught compositor and pianist). Here you have the 3 movement's of my first Sonata, "life":

1st movement
https://musescore.com/user/29631481/scores/5224766
2nd movement
https://musescore.com/user/29631481/scores/5235653
3rd movement
https://musescore.com/user/29631481/scores/5271261

I know that maybe I can improve its readability with some small changes, but at the moment, as I learn more and get more knowledge it will keep without changes. Thanks a lot for your time :)!! 

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a month ago
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A Mourning Star

So I wrote this piece I call a Mourning Star. Kinda a play on words. It's Debussy inspired with the space feel specifically Clair De Lune. The right hand is supposed to resemble the Sun and the left is Death. The sun is near its end and about to undergo a transition to a Planetary Nebula. Slowly death and the sun harmonize till unison at the beginning. The rest is kind of the explosion and expansion into beautiful colors with all the gases of the sun. Then it eventually reaches a calming point at the end. It's probably my favorite piece I wrote so far. There is a lot of dissonance that I need to go back and fix that I will later. Thanks in advance for checking it out!

https://musescore.com/user/2965291/scores/5022976

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8 months ago
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Probably the coolest piece I have ever written

My name is Andrew and I'm 17 years old

https://musescore.com/user/2965291/scores/5018517

I like to tell a story when I write music so if some things tend to drag it may be intended. I know the beginning is very slow and starts off really simple. I think it turns off a lot of people when they listen to the piece. But I wanted the simplicity so it could grow and you can feel the individual notes more. I don't know too much about music theory but like a little bit of how scales work. I play violin so I'm used to a mono-phony instrument. This was pretty out of my comfort zone. Most of what you hear is me playing around the notes till I got what I was going for. I hope you like it!

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8 months ago
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