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Hey !

This is a tune that I've composed.

It's in my piano recital with this trio.

Piano & composing - Aviram Spies

Duble Bass - Udi Kashmirski

Drums - Sharon Almakayas

Any kind of comments and critic are welcome !!

E N J O Y !!!

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Interesting. Your bassist and drummer are giving you good support. I think that the tempo certainly showcases the chops of all three of you, but the melody would be better suited if played more slowly and allowed to breathe a bit.

But I know there's a lot of work put into this, and thanks for sharing.

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Interesting. Your bassist and drummer are giving you good support. I think that the tempo certainly showcases the chops of all three of you, but the melody would be better suited if played more slowly and allowed to breathe a bit.

But I know there's a lot of work put into this, and thanks for sharing.

Can you expand a bit more about "I know there's a lot of work put into this"

can you be more specific ?

and yeah .... maybe we were too uptempo ...

Thank you !

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My comment simply meant that I sense from the performance that everyone is familiar with the composed elements, the arrangement, and are comfortably performing with authority, not always easy to do at this tempo. This is well-rehearsed and quite a bit of time has been put into "getting it right." Am I correct? Or was this little-rehearsed.

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it was rehearsed a few good times ...

But not enough to make it perfect as you can tell ...

And slowing a bit, might be helpful ....

Thanks !!

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