#1May 12th, 2006 · 10:35 AM
4 threads / 1 songs
16 posts
Canada
Waltz in Five
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This song is not in a battle


Originally written for Drum'n'cello, this polyrhythm study works best on piano.

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#2May 12th, 2006 · 09:22 PM
131 threads / 114 songs
295 posts
United Kingdom
i like it, i like the difference in the timing of the left and right hands, and the chords are nice, a relaxing tune, nice to listen to on repeat,  but it doesnt seem to have a definate start and finish, still nice tho
#3May 13th, 2006 · 08:26 AM
2 threads / 2 songs
40 posts
United Kingdom
Its a gd peice but im not sure wether the alternate timing is gd or bad.
#4May 13th, 2006 · 01:15 PM
66 threads / 55 songs
697 posts
United States of America
well, I'm not sure if this was composed as an actual song, or just an example of alternate timings. but cool. I can hear the melody in there. It took a little while to hear the rhythm without cringing, but when I found it, it stuck.

cool.
#5May 13th, 2006 · 01:54 PM
187 threads / 27 songs
2,792 posts
Germany
yes but I would like to hear some drums to this.
#6May 19th, 2006 · 07:18 PM
5 threads / 5 songs
22 posts
Belgium
This is a very nice intro for a song.
I can't wait for the synth to fall in and the vocals to start.
It still needs a theme and extra instruments.
Please work on this further.
#7May 19th, 2006 · 10:54 PM
157 threads / 30 songs
1,952 posts
United States of America
waltz in five
I used to have to play etudes like this for scale and  left hand technique. This is a good start.
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