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Re: Jonius7's Finale Music
« Reply #30 on: February 29, 2016, 08:44:02 pm »
Hey there Jonius, long time no see! Hope you are well!

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Re: Jonius7's Finale Music
« Reply #31 on: March 17, 2016, 04:43:07 am »
New, updated 2016 version of Jason's Melody No.5 - Debontu.
I had disliked how this piece had nothing but repeating the same Eb note for over a minute, so I changed that. Also made part of the left hand an octave lower for more variation.

Recently completed Jason's Melody No.4 - Reverie
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Well, this one was a long time coming. I even hesitated uploading the rest of my melodies to YouTube because I had a gap at No. 4 for so long (I don't like having gaps in collections :P).

As early as 2004 (when I was 9), when I got bored with practicing piano I would sometimes start playing left hand broken chord arpeggios in this fashion: Eb, Db, B, Db. My right hand would keep coming up with this particular melody and I would improvise on it and change it, starting quietly and building up more dramatically. These improvisation sessions could take up to half an hour as I kept experimenting.

Time passed, and when I started creating melodies in Finale, I saved Melody No. 4 for this particular improvisation. The problem was I would vary it every time I played it, and putting it on a score meant I had to decide on a set melody, and so I sat on it for years, never completing it.

Finally, in 2016, I am reviewing all my old melodies, and I just spent a few days completing this. It's not very complicated, as the left hand repeats every 4 bars throughout the piece, but if I were to play this on piano, this is close to what melody I would play, with all the variations included, without dragging the piece on too long. At the very end I added a reference to Melody No.5 - Debontu.

I called it Reverie, because it is like a daydream, the constant of the left hand ever driving the melody of the right, but I'm horrible with coming up with names, so whatever, it sounded suitable.

Also recently completed Melody No.10 - Leiery which was already 95% note complete in 2014, so I just put on the finishing touches.
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