Op. 8 was mostly written on the grand piano on the stage of my high school auditorium during the spring of my junior year; it was completed the following summer. Off and on, I’d contemplated giving this piece a title, but eventually realized that a title would only hinder my creativity, and that it’s just as good without one. This piece introduces rhythmic complexities which stemmed from a theory class exercise in which I was asked to complete a 7/8 measure with six notes. As such, the "hiccups" in the flow aren’t terribly easy to sightread, but they’re really not that bad.
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