I will endeavour to comment on as many pieces as I can, but I'm quite tired and busy, and I kind of owe illegalSmoothies at the moment, because of how long her comments were on my big load of stuff from my files. So sorry for not giving as many critiques to other people.
Sorry for not being here for ages, I promise I will comment on your latest two pieces when I get time and remember to. I'm kind of always tired at the moment, I can't wait till half term, I'll do more stuff then. Basically most of coursework in history, geography, German, and music is happening until then. But yeah, sorry for not being here, I've made a tiny start to a present but I was tired and everything I tried didn't work and then I didn't have much time, so sorry for only having half a piece. Hope you've had a nice day, and I'll try and be here more. It might just be at weekends, though. :D
What genre would you say my music is? Funk? JaZz? Pop? Alternative? Experimental? Classical? Anything?
After listening to impartial_tensornator's first sonata's third movement, I wondered what a toccata is. I've only ever seen 'toccata and fugue'. I know (roughly) what a fugue is, is a toccata similar?
I also know what a sonata is, is a toccata similar to that, or does sonata describe the structure while toccata describes the style, like a waltz is always a piece in three time and a march in two or four time?
I honestly have no idea what a toccata is, so anyone who does, it would be appreciated if you could let me know.
I'm not sure which to use and when. Is it just that 2/4 has a stronger accent every 2 beats, while 4/4 has a strong accent on the first, and a slightly weaker one on the third, or is it more complicated than that? I've only guessed, never really been told about this subject...