Fading Away (2nd Movement of Opus 1 Piano Sonata)

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I begun composing my Piano Sonata in mid 2008, the first movement has only got a theme, and recently I became inspired to create the second movement. This piece will excercise the left hand, with a flowing smooth semiquaver line. It is very important to voice the melody very clearly and follow articulations accordingly; though extreme care should be taken in the bars marked "(As Water)" to play them exactly to the timing, and work on the crossover of hands. This piece was inspired by Alkan's Grande Sonata. Please contact me when a recording is attempted.

Score ID
Year of composition
Difficult (Grades 7+)
4 minutes
Solo instrument (Piano)
Modern classical music

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