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03The Scent of Rain ms2


Uploaded on Jan 7, 2014

piano

Pages 2
Duration 01:09
Measures 34
Key signature 1 sharp
Parts 1
Part names Piano
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I listened three times to Anna Sutyagina's performance. Such beautiful interpretation. I hope she'll play more of your music!
Yes, I'm very happy with Anna's performance.
Can you play this? I am going to try a little. Harmonic cadences georgeous! I can't tell when composers are experimenting with the scoring software or using the software to chart experiments! Either way love the shifting rolling feel here.
I can't play it right now. That is to say, it is meant to be played, but I never gave it a serious try. Nevertheless, a performance is prepared by Moving Classics TV.
i see da flowers . if there is rain they must be wet but i see flowers more in this piece than many pieces that are called flowers or autumn leaves and such . i go steal a heavenly much from this . I see the tonal characteristics of your sound ever clearer ever clearer & -
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love the wild and free jazzy feel of this piece, delightful and wonderfully flowing, terrific work. https://musescore.com/groups/laugh-silly
I love this piece it shows that beauty has not been caged by consonance. It does very well and seems to have its own life. I t could repeat and repeat and it would only be it self . It would never bore me.
i love this piece Hans - so bright - great way of playing also - -
I didn't sense the dissonance, it was so smooth. I really like it.
What a talent! I adore your style!
Awesome! I love this! It feels so rainy--not like a thunderstorm, either, as I would if I tried to write like this. It feels like a beautiful warm rain shower.
It's funny now that I've heard all your posts I feel the jazz harmonies.Lightness.People never mention dissonance when they talk about some types of jazz.Some of your organ works however feel a heft of late romantic church music -heavy to me - like they have the weight of religious music behind them a good heaviness like Bruckner using 11th and 13ths which he never does.
With regard to harmony. I think I was influenced by Bach (very daring but also pragmatic solutions with regard to dissonance and texture), Wagner (dissonance as some sort of psychological state) and certain practices I inherited from Dutch church musicians/organists of the sixties & seventies (also pragmatic and somewhat jazzy like, comparable with some of the chapters of Presichetti’s textbook on 20th Cent. Harmony). I don’t think that my sense of harmonies are different for organ or piano. But they are very different instruments. The piano has more pathos (I don’t play it well). The organ has more distance.
I love it ! even more than your obvious learning is your individual taste.This reminded me of Szymanowski's piano music in that his rhythms are unusual but it sounds nothing like him.What a gift and what a pleasure to hear your work.What a feast if you had 10 pieces here.I want to hear you in a larger form!Wow.You should be very proud of your work!
Thanks for your kind comments. It is only a privilege that I can contribute to a global community in this way.
Great piece with a lot of cromatismes and dissonances.
I have no problem with it. I just 'drag-and-drop' it from the lines palette, double click on the line, and change the lenght of the line with shift + ->. It works without further modification. See also: http://musescore.org/en/handbook/line
This is great! Lots of dissonance. Moves quickly and has a raindrop effect to it. Well done!

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