Prelude for Piano


A bright and powerful prelude for piano in D major.

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Prelude for Piano is one of my older pieces, and although I consider it to be an enjoyable piece, I am somewhat embarassed of its romantic, Tchaikovsky-esque leanings today.

It is quite melodic, has a powerful culmination, and overall sounds very impressive even though it is moderately easy to play.

There’s an old recording for the piece. It’s not a very high quality one, but it gives you a good impression. I think it was recorded way back in 2005.

If you have any questions about playing the piece — let me know, I’d be glad to answer your questions. Also, if you listened to this piece, played, or liked it — let me know what you think. What does it sound like? What does it remind you of? Any specific moods or feelings that it conveys?


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