First prelude in my 24 Preludes Op. 1 set. (supposed to be swung)
Now available on iTunes, and on CDBaby at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/serenade17
iTunes link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/prelude-no.-1/id503958091?i=503958095&i...
that old soundfont
Really awesome! You're making me dance!
I love it <3
going to practice and play as soon as possible
Wow, hard, who composed them? Sounds like Joplin!
very fun piece!
I was bobbing my head!! :)
Love it so much! Thank you!
Tremendous. Never mind pretentious 'Prelude' - just call it "Pretty brilliant bit of rag time played at awesome speed." A super piece
My recording of Prelude No. 1 is now available on iTunes, and also on CDBbay at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/serenade17 Be sure to buy a copy and tell your friends about it!
Awesome, I love it!
Love this song!
Wow, a great fusion of rag classical and jazz! Awesome!
wow awesome! but i have a question, what is the symbol in-between last note of measure 10 and first of measure 11 on treble clef!
That's a glissando, where you slide your hand along the keys from the first note to the last one. You can hear what it sounds like in the videoscore.
A great way to start out your opus list! Bravo! Thanks for this awesome music!
I love it! Thanks .
Ha, I do like it as well. Reminds me of the old player pianos. Any others you have on display?
I have the Prelude No. 2 up, and I plan on finishing no. 3 sometime soon. Glad you enjoyed it!
Wow! Great. Definitely ragtime influenced.
This is an amazing composition, you must be extremely creative to have come up with this. I love it!
Perfect! I love this song. It is very long and fast and original
Not a traditional piece, classical or rag. Still awesome.
Well, if I would envision a ragtime prelude, this would definitely be it!
This is really excellent. Thanks for sharing it.
Reminds me of ragtime.
Oh my goodness! This is amazing, I absolutely love it.
Love it !
i love the various rhythms in this piece!
Great piece! You definitely have your niche here on muscescore.com - great Jazz preludes.
I'm going to study your pieces as you do things that I cannot do.
Thanks for and writing and posting this.
You're very clever, and this piece is brilliant! I love it!
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