Piano Sonata in D Minor, "Piecemeal" - Movement 3
Uploaded on Aug 1, 2016
This is the third movement of my first complete piano sonata...although, in Schumann's words, I feel like I've merely "bound together four of my most unruly children". This is why the sonata is called "Piecemeal" - the second and fourth movement were originally meant to be standalone pieces.
I believe I composed this in senior high school (Grades 10-12 in Canada). It doesn't sound very flashy and, as an old-fashioned minuet and trio, it doesn't have to be.
It's so old-fashioned that the minuet proper is in symmetrical binary form and the trio is in rounded binary form.
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