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Three Short Pieces

Classical/Piece • 2011 • Alternative Title: Three Pieces in Cm - Part 1
 
 
   
 

Part 1

Title by uploader: Three Short Pieces, Part 1

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PDF, 212.1 Kb ID: SM-000220011 Upload date: 22 Jan 2015
Instrumentation
Piano
Scored for
Solo
Type of score
For a single performer
Key
C minor
Publisher
Randolf Smeets (The Phlod-Nar)
Difficulty
Medium
Duration
3'16
Track 2 from the Works for Piano album (2012) by Randolf Smeets.

Smeets’ most recent and shortest compositions on Works for Piano are “Three Short Pieces.” “Part I” is a lovely hemiola waltz. The syncopation is played gracefully and effortlessly over running eighth notes in the left hand. - Kelly O'Neil (5 out of 5 stars)

Note from the composer: After MUN comes the 3 part composition Three Short Pieces (Parts 1-3, number 2-4 on the disc), originally titled Three Pieces in Cm. Written in 2011, these pieces are more structured in a traditional compositional style. With all three pieces you can hear the left hand providing a tenacious base for the right hand’s melodic (almost minimalistic) lines. This time I wanted to keep it short and providing something more ‘easy listening’.
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Part 2

Title by uploader: Three Short Pieces, Part 2

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PDF, 180.4 Kb ID: SM-000220012 Upload date: 22 Jan 2015
Instrumentation
Piano
Scored for
Solo
Type of score
For a single performer
Key
C minor
Publisher
Randolf Smeets (The Phlod-Nar)
Difficulty
Medium
Duration
1'46
Third track from the Works for Piano album (2012) by Randolf Smeets.

Smeets’ most recent and shortest compositions on Works for Piano are “Three Short Pieces.” “Part I” is a lovely hemiola waltz. The syncopation is played gracefully and effortlessly over running eighth notes in the left hand. “Part II” is a variation on the latter half of the preceding piece. Kelly O'Neil (5 out of 5 stars)

Note from the composer: After MUN comes the 3 part composition Three Short Pieces (Parts 1-3, number 2-4 on the disc), originally titled Three Pieces in Cm. Written in 2011, these pieces are more structured in a traditional compositional style. With all three pieces you can hear the left hand providing a tenacious base for the right hand’s melodic (almost minimalistic) lines. This time I wanted to keep it short and providing something more ‘easy listening’.
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Part 3

Title by uploader: Three Short Pieces, Part 3

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PDF, 190.1 Kb ID: SM-000220013 Upload date: 22 Jan 2015
Instrumentation
Piano
Scored for
Solo
Type of score
For a single performer
Key
C minor
Publisher
Randolf Smeets (The Phlod-Nar)
Difficulty
Medium
Duration
2'35
Track 4 from the Works for Piano album (2012) by Randolf Smeets.

Smeets’ most recent and shortest compositions on Works for Piano are “Three Short Pieces.” “Part I” is a lovely hemiola waltz. The syncopation is played gracefully and effortlessly over running eighth notes in the left hand. “Part II” is a variation on the latter half of the preceding piece followed by “Part III” which is an elongated albeit minimalistic variation on “Part II.” - Kelly O'Neil (5 out of 5 stars)

Note from the composer: After MUN comes the 3 part composition Three Short Pieces (Parts 1-3, number 2-4 on the disc), originally titled Three Pieces in Cm. Written in 2011, these pieces are more structured in a traditional compositional style. With all three pieces you can hear the left hand providing a tenacious base for the right hand’s melodic (almost minimalistic) lines. This time I wanted to keep it short and providing something more ‘easy listening’.
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